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Who Do You See When You Look in the Mirror? A Boomer’s Guide to Loving Your Face
1 month ago

Who Do You See When You Look in the Mirror? A Boomer’s Guide to Loving Your Face

Some time ago I wrote a light-hearted article offering tips to boomers on how to take selfies, seeing as it’s such a phenomenon. Granted, it’s a millennial phenom, which I don’t love all that much. But hey, times change and change is the only certain thing in life. Read More

What Are Your Favorite Moisturizers for Dry, Mature Skin?
1 month ago

What Are Your Favorite Moisturizers for Dry, Mature Skin?

My skin is so dry, it’s embarrassing. I go to have my legs waxed, and the Italian beautician practically has a nervous breakdown over the state of my legs – and my feet! Read More

11 Great Cocktail Dresses for Women Over 50
1 month ago

11 Great Cocktail Dresses for Women Over 50

Have a party, a wedding, a formal or semi-formal event to attend? A cocktail dress is probably what you need. Cocktail dresses are dresses that are dressy yet not too extravagant. They are also sometimes called tea dresses…
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10 Best Bra Options for Older Women
1 month ago

10 Best Bra Options for Older Women

Aging is definitely a process. A process that we can try to gracefully slow down by leading a healthy and active lifestyle. But no matter how much we try, certain body parts are simply prone to weaken over time. Our breasts fall in this category…
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Health and Fitness | Read About Healthy Aging, Losing Weight, Sleep and More!

5 Common Questions That a Geriatrician Is Asked About Dementia
1 week ago

5 Common Questions That a Geriatrician Is Asked About Dementia

Dementia is one of the most feared diseases in the world. It is now incredibly rare to find someone whose life has not been touched by this disease, whether it is a parent, friend, sibling, or spouse. Read More

What Does Walking with Confidence Have to Do with Your Ankle Flexors? (VIDEO)
1 week ago

What Does Walking with Confidence Have to Do with Your Ankle Flexors? (VIDEO)

This is my third blog in a series of specific functional exercises to support physical independence. As we all navigate different levels of returning to normal activities, I hope you’ve been able to get out and engage in more…
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What Living in Mexico Taught Me About Sleep
2 weeks ago

What Living in Mexico Taught Me About Sleep

Last year, brain researchers warned that lack of sleep is a public health crisis. According to the CDC, one in three adults in the U.S. do not get enough sleep. On the daily level, lack of sleep causes mental distress. When you are tired…
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5 Unexpected Benefits of Yoga for Women Over 60, Based on My Own Experience
2 weeks ago

5 Unexpected Benefits of Yoga for Women Over 60, Based on My Own Experience

Years ago, I did yoga weekly, at a local yoga studio, but it was such a hassle getting there in rush hour traffic. So, I started going less and less, always finding a good excuse to skip the session. Read More

Senior Dating | Read About Mature Dating, Sexuality, Online Dating and More!

Is Dating 1800 Style Back, and Why Is That Such a Good Thing?
3 months ago

Is Dating 1800 Style Back, and Why Is That Such a Good Thing?

By  •  Dating

I was recently re-reading a little bit of Jane Austen during these restricted times and was immediately struck by some similarities with our current situation…
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Dating in This Time of Social Distancing – Is It Even Possible? You Bet!
3 months ago

Dating in This Time of Social Distancing – Is It Even Possible? You Bet!

By  •  Dating

In today’s age of Corona, dating can feel pretty scary, and just the thought of it might make you want to give up on this dream forever. I hope you won’t…
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Older and Dating Online? 5 Ways to Stop Taking Things Personally
6 months ago

Older and Dating Online? 5 Ways to Stop Taking Things Personally

“Don’t take things personally,” a good friend said years ago, back when I started internet dating. “He doesn’t know you.” I was younger then, and more stubborn. “How can I not take it personally? We went out and he didn’t call. It’s personal…”
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Mature Dating Tips: 5 First Date Questions… and 5 Topics to Avoid!
7 months ago

Mature Dating Tips: 5 First Date Questions… and 5 Topics to Avoid!

By  •  Dating

I believe that first dates are meant to be light and airy as you spend time getting to know someone. Most women in their 50s and 60s don’t realize they have choices they didn’t have in their 20s as to how a man can fit in their life…
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Travel and Cruises | Read About Solo Travel, Senior Travel, Cruises, Insurance and More!

Staycation – 9 Ideas for a Holiday at Home This Year
2 months ago

Staycation – 9 Ideas for a Holiday at Home This Year

Who would have thought at the beginning of the year that we would all be ‘in lockdown’ with nowhere to go? In fact, not only nowhere to go, but not allowed to go…
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6 Ways to Make Your Next Travel Adventure a Remote One
2 months ago

6 Ways to Make Your Next Travel Adventure a Remote One

By  •  Travel

Marion and Roger, a pair of Brits from 40 miles west of London, boarded the ship carefully. They’re in their 70s, and both are intrepid travelers. Read More

A Rapid Evolution: Coronavirus’ Impact on Travel
2 months ago

A Rapid Evolution: Coronavirus’ Impact on Travel

By  •  Travel

According to the World Tourism and Travel Council, travel contributed $8.9 trillion to the global economy, making up for roughly 10% of the GDP in 2019…
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An Iceland Adventure Keeps My Travel Memory on a Dopamine High
3 months ago

An Iceland Adventure Keeps My Travel Memory on a Dopamine High

Even though we cannot travel right now, I can relive the trip I took to Iceland in February. My photos and imagination easily take me there. Oh, what fun we had with our tour guide…
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Retirement and Money | Read About Retirement, Making Money, Encore Careers and More!

Starting an Encore Business? Chat with a Few Smart Millennials First
1 month ago

Starting an Encore Business? Chat with a Few Smart Millennials First

Human beings are naturally hard-wired to favor encounters and exchanges with like-minded people.

This website is proof positive of that inclination and it makes sense. Who else but another 60-something might grasp all (or most) of life’s intricacies than someone walking the very same journey? Read More

I Took Control of My Financial Destiny in Retirement… You Can Too!
1 month ago

I Took Control of My Financial Destiny in Retirement… You Can Too!

For years I thought I had my finances and investments figured out. I had a financial advisor and felt well taken care of. I was grateful to have this smart man advise me and manage my investments for my retirement.
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Tough Career Ending? Bounce Back and Get Ready for Retirement!
2 months ago

Tough Career Ending? Bounce Back and Get Ready for Retirement!

I am not the only person I know in my sixties who had a bad work experience at the end of their career. One friend was in his hospital bed after cancer surgery when his boss told him he was being forced to retire. Another friend worked for years as a successful paramedic and was then given the worst shifts in attempts to squeeze him out. Read More

Is a Bridge Job Right for You Before Retirement?
2 months ago

Is a Bridge Job Right for You Before Retirement?

There was a time when I felt sure that I would continue working until age 70 or beyond. In fact, I often joked that one day I would simply resign from my job at the nursing home where I worked as an RN and move myself into the assisted living facility next door. Read More

Life After 60 | Read About Grandchildren, Marriage, Divorce and More!

Small Meals are Special! Why I Love Cooking for One or Two People
2 weeks ago

Small Meals are Special! Why I Love Cooking for One or Two People

By  •  Lifestyle

Sometimes cooking for one or two seems like a real bother. Many of us have been cooking for four or more people our whole lives. So to cook for just ourselves sometimes is, well, not fun. Take heart, and I am talking literally about our hearts and bodies for that matter. Read More

Bring Your Digital Photo Album to Life with Photo Books
2 weeks ago

Bring Your Digital Photo Album to Life with Photo Books

By  •  Lifestyle

One of the best things about having a smartphone within arm’s reach is that you can capture photos at any point and time. While that means we don’t miss once-upon-a-time moments, your digital photo library can fill up and get…
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What Can Learning a Foreign Language Teach You About Confidence After Divorce? A Lot!
2 weeks ago

What Can Learning a Foreign Language Teach You About Confidence After Divorce? A Lot!

I noticed something recently that I want to talk to you about. Do you ever find yourself thinking the following deep thoughts: “Ugh. Why do I still feel terrible after my divorce? I thought I’d be completely confident after all the…
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How to Plan Your Elderly Care if You Don’t Have Children or a Spouse
2 weeks ago

How to Plan Your Elderly Care if You Don’t Have Children or a Spouse

By  •  Lifestyle

One question that many people ask themselves as they get a little older is, “Who will care for me when I’m old?” People with children do not want to be a burden – and they didn’t have a family for the sake of being taken care of later in life. But, in a sense, children still are a good insurance policy. Read More

Mindset and Inspiration | Read About Happiness, Gratitude, Nostalgia, Getting Older and More!

How to Change a Loss Into a Catalyst for Change After 60
7 days ago

How to Change a Loss Into a Catalyst for Change After 60

By  •  Mindset

At each stage of our lifespan we are presented with the opportunity to change. These changes are different for each of us, and as we grow older, change is often accompanied by loss. Read More

What Covid Quarantine Taught Me About Being Retired
1 week ago

What Covid Quarantine Taught Me About Being Retired

There were many good things that came out of my experience with my first, and I hope last, quarantine of my life. But given how current events are playing out, quarantine restrictions may float in and out of our lives for some time to come…
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Do You Often Feel Like You Are Flunking Covid 101? Rethink That!
1 week ago

Do You Often Feel Like You Are Flunking Covid 101? Rethink That!

By  •  Mindset

Just like you, I’ve been sheltering in place for months now. I began with such purpose, dedication, and solid self-talk. “Of course I can do this,” I told myself. “We have a common goal, and the more united we are the easier it will be to succeed…”
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Words to Live By: 5 Proven Strategies to Help Maximize Life After 60
1 week ago

Words to Live By: 5 Proven Strategies to Help Maximize Life After 60

When my friend Tom died, his wife found a typed sheet of paper in his briefcase. The words “Personal Commandments” were at the top. There were 50 one-line truths he had committed to live by.

When I saw the list, I realized it had been based on his habit of reading one book a week for the previous 35 years. These 50 timeless truths are applicable to all age groups, but are words to live by for people over 60. Read More

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