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4 Morning Rituals to Increase Your Health, Happiness and Wealth

By Margaret Manning June 16, 2015

How do you spend the first 30 minutes of every day? What are your morning rituals? These are simple questions, but, the answers that you give have everything to do with your health, happiness and wealth after 60.

Over the last few years, I have talked with hundreds of baby boomers. During this time, I have noticed a pattern. The ones that seem to be the most successful, at least in terms of health, happiness and wealth, are the ones who follow simple rules. Of course, not everyone has the same routine, but, here are a few of the most popular activities that the most successful people among us focus on every morning. Read More

What Are the Best Ways to Cover Thinning Hair? We Have Answers!

By Penelope Jane Whiteley March 13, 2019

Thinning hair and hair loss can be a devastating problem as we move on in years. I was reminded of this earlier today when talking to a lady at the station. “Your hair looks lovely,” I said. The reply was, “Oh, it’s dreadful; it’s so thin now.” She then regaled me with her morning routine which sounded exhausting – but her hair did look nice…

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The Secret to Longevity is in Your Hands!

By Sixty and Me March 09, 2019

It’s no secret that the women in our community want to live long, vibrant and full lives. But, is there really a way to influence how long you live? Read More

Exploring the Benefits of Drinking Lemon Juice – Your Local Coffee Shop Will Hate This!

By Margaret Manning April 16, 2014

Do you wake up and immediately crave a cup of coffee? Has a visit to your local Starbucks become an addictive morning ritual? Maybe it’s time to mix up your morning routine with fresh lemon juice. Don’t get me wrong, we know that know caffeine can help with memory and concentration. Read More

Overcoming Workout Slumps: 3 Strategies for Sustainable Motivation (VIDEO)

By Christine Kirkland February 05, 2024

Finding the motivation to stick to a consistent workout routine can be a challenge. Whether it’s life getting in the way, being sick or injured, or just lacking the energy or motivation, it can be tough to stick to a routine…

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50 Gift Ideas for 70th Birthday

By Margaret Manning January 14, 2024

Your 70th birthday is a big one! I experienced it already, so I know. The inevitable question is, “What gift would you like?” It will come as no surprise that my first wish was to have my sons and grandchildren all together…

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How to Thrive When One Spouse Retires First

By Cyn Meyer November 01, 2023

What do you do when your spouse retires first – and you’re not quite ready (or the opposite)? Either way, there are some key tips that’ll make the transition smoother for both of you. Retirement is a big enough transition on its own – let alone the impact…

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Starting a Business (or Side Hustle) from the Inside Out

By Kim Neumann October 23, 2023

Can your new business be a source of income and joy? A space for your values, talents and creativity to shine? I’m a firm believer in doing what you love. Especially when it comes to starting a business (or side hustle). After all, time is precious…

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Living as a Highly Sensitive Person in an Unjust World

By Renee Langmuir October 20, 2023

According to Dr. Elizabeth Scott, highly sensitive people share “an increased sensitivity to physical, emotional, and social stimuli.” We are often called “too sensitive” by others. Count us out for violent movies and a too-hectic schedule…

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Why Quality Sleep Is the First Step Toward Chronic Pain Management Over 60

By Brittany Denis September 13, 2023

Over half of the adult population 60 and above experience chronic pain. Chronic pain is defined as any pain lasting longer than three months and is a very different experience for your brain than acute pain. Unfortunately, chronic pain…

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