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MORE! Extravagant Gift Ideas for Women on a Budget

By Elizabeth Dunkel December 06, 2016

Hi everyone! This is Part Two of Extravagant Gifts on a Budget. If you haven’t read the first installment, please do! In that article, I discussed the joy of giving and receiving unexpected gifts and went over one of the most important issues: beautiful wrapping. Read More

Unwrapping the Secret to Extravagant Gift Giving On a Budget

By Elizabeth Dunkel November 22, 2016

I LOVE giving gifts. I love thinking about gifts. I love looking for gifts. I love wrapping gifts. But more than anything I love surprising someone with a gift they didn’t expect. Read More

Senior Travel Tips: Solo Travel, Singles Cruises, and Budget Travel (Video)

By Margaret Manning August 08, 2013

In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I speak with Nancy Parode, an experienced travel expert and writer on the topic of senior travel for Read More

Financial Independence After 60: Make a Budget and Earn More Money (Video)

By Margaret Manning June 12, 2013

In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I spoke with the dynamic Chellie Campbell, on a topic that weaves its way into our lives every day and elicits every emotion from fear to elation – money! Read More

How I Decided to Repurpose My Travel Money

By Liz Kitchens May 12, 2024

I love traveling, especially to major cities. When contemplating a trip to an urban area with its requisite museums, sculpture parks, cafes, and rococo/classical/art deco architecture styles, I’m as excited as a dog gets when its owner jingles the car keys… 

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Dressing in the Neutral Zone? You Can Get More from Fashion Over 60!

By Doreen Dove May 11, 2024

Are you feeling stuck in your neutral-zone wardrobe or with same-old, same-old look? It’s easy to get into a habit or keep a look that worked for you a decade or two ago, but maybe it’s time for a change!

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Should I Quit Facebook? Here’s How to Decide

By Laura Galbato May 09, 2024

I joined Facebook in 2008. Making connections was exciting and, in the early stages, anyone with a pulse was quickly a “friend.” That boy in my 8th grade algebra class who I vaguely remember? A friend. The woman I met at a local event? A friend…

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Skip-Gen Voluntourism: Closer to Home

By Cynthia Hogg May 03, 2024

Not everyone has the time, money, or inclination for international travel. If you are leaving home with grandkids in tow and including any kind of volunteering along the way, your trip qualifies as voluntourism. You don’t have to go far from home…

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Ultimate Guide – Things to Do in Atlantic Canada This Summer

By Sandra Roussy April 30, 2024

Have you ever considered putting Atlantic Canada on your bucket list? If not, you definitely should! I might be a bit biased since it’s where I was born and raised, but trust me, it’s worth it. Atlantic Canada, which includes the provinces of New Brunswick…

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Best Fitbits for Seniors

By Sixty and Me April 20, 2024

In a world where health and technology seamlessly intertwine, the wearable revolution has taken center stage, offering us an unprecedented opportunity to take control of our well-being. Among the various fitness trackers available, Fitbit stands out…

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