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7 Steps to Get Out of Your Own Way… So You Can Get More from Life After 60

By Shari Broder February 20, 2024

Have you vowed a million times to stop doing certain things, but you keep doing them anyway? Like, you swore you were going to lose some weight and stop snacking in front of the TV after dinner, but you still do it?

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Choosing Your Divorce Battles After 50

By Martha Bodyfelt February 13, 2024

When fighting through a divorce after 50, it’s normal to feel like you are getting dragged through the mud for months – even years – wondering if frustration and stress will ever end. Even after the divorce papers have been signed, hurt feelings may remain…

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5 Ways to Grow and Not Decay

By Michael MacDonald February 11, 2024

We can easily slip (or decay) into a life that we do not want. We may not even know how it has happened. Like the saying goes, the life we counted on can “just slip away.” Our health can deteriorate. Our mental state can become confused and dull…

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Starting the Year Out Write?… Map It Out!

By Patricia Crisafulli January 31, 2024

This is the year, you’ve told yourself, when you finally write that book – or start painting, playing the piano, singing, quilting, sculpting… But as the first month of the year wanes, you wonder what happened to your resolution…

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A Step-By-Step Guide for Digitizing Your Cherished Family Photo Slides

By Laura Galbato January 16, 2024

When I was a kid, watching old family slides was an event. Dad would drag out the slide projector, a screen would be erected and popcorn would be made. Every new slide would bring a shared memory, a laugh and an occasional snide remark…

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Moving Forward Toward Goals in 2024 Takes Guts

By Linda Ward January 16, 2024

Do you find it easier in retirement to sit back, not ruffle any feathers, be ok with the status quo? This can be in your work, your relationships or in the day-to-day energy needed for any accomplishment. To complete a goal, we need courage…

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How Solo Road Trips Can Be Fun at Any Age

By Joy Harmon January 15, 2024

Are you a Baby Boomer who still enjoys driving? Many people do continue driving into their senior years. It makes so many things more convenient if you drive rather than take another mode of transportation…

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5 Effective Ways to Visualize Your Dreams in 2024

By Joanie Marx January 12, 2024

When it comes to manifesting your dream life after 60, few things work as consistently well as visualization. If it works so well, why do few people consciously apply this? And how can you go about visualizing your dreams into a more fulfilling reality…

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How Letting Go of My Cake Cutter Demonstrates the Emotional Complexity of Downsizing!

By Margaret Manning January 10, 2024

Downsizing is always a personal journey. For older women, in particular, the downsizing lifestyle involves a major shift in mindset. We don’t just have a few things here and there to throw away. We have a lifetime of memories and purchases…

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Building and Maintaining Emotional Intimacy in Relationships After 60

By Kurt Smith January 09, 2024

You might think that after years together you’ll have built a deep emotional intimacy that bonds you and provides profound satisfaction for you and your partner. You may think that, but you’d be wrong in many cases…

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