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6 Knit Wear Pieces that Don’t Scream “Old Lady” (Photos)
1 month ago

6 Knit Wear Pieces that Don’t Scream “Old Lady” (Photos)

The time is approaching to break out the woollies! For those of us in the northern hemisphere, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler. That means we get to cozy up around the fireplace…
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7 Secrets to Keeping Your Hair Healthy, While Aging on Your Own Terms
1 month ago

7 Secrets to Keeping Your Hair Healthy, While Aging on Your Own Terms

There’s no magic potion that will prevent us from aging (unfortunately), but that doesn’t mean you can’t age gracefully. While taking care of your skin will definitely help keep you looking younger and healthier…
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Fashion to Die for: How to Choose Your Last Outfit or Burial Gown
1 month ago

Fashion to Die for: How to Choose Your Last Outfit or Burial Gown

Have you ever uttered the words, “I wouldn’t be caught dead in that outfit!?” Well, you just might be –literally speaking – if you leave it to your family to decide what you’ll wear…
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Fashion Over 50: 3 Quick and Easy Ways to Create a Truly Captivating Vintage Style!
1 month ago

Fashion Over 50: 3 Quick and Easy Ways to Create a Truly Captivating Vintage Style!

If you are looking for ways to update your wardrobe, vintage is a sure fire way to design an alluring look that will work for both everyday and special occasions. For fashion after 50, looking back through time for inspiration can be the beginning of a new future you! It’s a very on-trend look for older women as it can work for all shapes and sizes. Enjoy today’s interview with Mel Kobayashi! Read More

Health and Fitness | Read About Healthy Aging, Losing Weight, Sleep and More!

Sleep Tight: 10 Tips to Improve Your Health Through Solid Sleep
2 weeks ago

Sleep Tight: 10 Tips to Improve Your Health Through Solid Sleep

I’m nearly 70, and I figure I’ve spent over 203,000 hours of my life snoozing. That’s 8,500 24-hour days, 1200 weeks, 300 months, or 25 solid years of sleep. Call me Rip Van Winkle. I’ve loved every minute of it. Read More

1 Tip to Minimize the “Balloon Butt” While Honoring Our Older Bodies
2 weeks ago

1 Tip to Minimize the “Balloon Butt” While Honoring Our Older Bodies

Women seem far ahead of men in understanding the detriments of ‘body shaming.’ At least we, as a culture, have come to realize that the Barbie doll resembles reality in very few ways. Read More

5 Ways to Fend Off Chronic Illness or Make It More Manageable
2 weeks ago

5 Ways to Fend Off Chronic Illness or Make It More Manageable

I’ve noticed that a startling number of Baby Boomers I’ve known through the years have died from a chronic disease. It may be that I notice it more because I’ve friended them on Facebook. You get to know every detail about a person that way. Read More

Nourish Your Beautiful Aging Skin from the Inside Out: 5 Foods to Eat Today
2 weeks ago

Nourish Your Beautiful Aging Skin from the Inside Out: 5 Foods to Eat Today

Being focused on getting my aging skin look beautiful, I got to the point where buying expensive skincare products cramped both my style and my budget. And, to make matters worse, when I looked in the mirror, I didn’t see any difference. Read More

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

5 Tips for Feeling Confident Approaching Men in Real Life
5 months ago

5 Tips for Feeling Confident Approaching Men in Real Life

By  •  Dating

Let’s say you’re out and about, and you see an attractive man you’d like to meet. You want to go up and talk to him, but you haven’t flirted in years and putting yourself in a situation where you might get rejected…
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Friend Dating for Boomer Women Who Want to Add Value to Later Life
5 months ago

Friend Dating for Boomer Women Who Want to Add Value to Later Life

By  •  Dating

I went on a date recently. No, I wasn’t cheating on my husband. I was meeting a friend of a friend for coffee. Much like real “set-ups,” I put this one off for a long time. Our mutual friend had introduced us months ago…
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3 Tips for Deciding if You Are Settling with the Wrong Man After 60
6 months ago

3 Tips for Deciding if You Are Settling with the Wrong Man After 60

By  •  Dating

As a dating coach focused exclusively on women over 50, I have some thoughts to offer on how to determine whether you are settling with the wrong man. Read More

Yes, Dating in Your 60s Can Be Fun If You Do This One Thing
6 months ago

Yes, Dating in Your 60s Can Be Fun If You Do This One Thing

By  •  Dating

I know you may not believe me when I say dating can be fun after 60 and that you can find love with a good man at this time in your life. Yes, I understand how frustrating dating probably has been for you. Read More

Travel and Cruises | Read About Solo Travel, Senior Travel, Cruises, Insurance and More!

10 Lessons that Come from Living Outside of Your Comfort Zone
4 weeks ago

10 Lessons that Come from Living Outside of Your Comfort Zone

By  •  Travel

We all have dreams and bucket lists that we would like to accomplish in our lifetime. Seeing that most of us are past 60, we have likely completed many of them…

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How Our Gamble on Retirement in Thailand Paid Off
1 month ago

How Our Gamble on Retirement in Thailand Paid Off

By  •  Travel

Retiring at 53 was a gamble. My husband Michael and I left good jobs, friends, and family, sold our lovely house and garden and said goodbye to the security and benefits of life back home for a new life in Thailand…
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8 Tips for Your First Adventure Cruise
1 month ago

8 Tips for Your First Adventure Cruise

This is how I describe my first adventure cruise: “Summer camp for adults with gourmet food and alcohol.” Read More

A Salute to Journeywoman Founder Evelyn Hannon – The First Travel Blogger
1 month ago

A Salute to Journeywoman Founder Evelyn Hannon – The First Travel Blogger

By  •  Travel

In April of this year, we lost a pioneer in women’s travel. Evelyn Hannon, the founder and editor of Jour-neywoman, passed away. She was, by all accounts, a private person…
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Retirement and Money | Read About Retirement, Making Money, Encore Careers and More!

What Does Empowerment Mean to a Solopreneur Woman in Her 60s?
1 month ago

What Does Empowerment Mean to a Solopreneur Woman in Her 60s?

I had lunch with a friend the other day. Like me, she launched a new business in her 50s. Now, she’s launching another one (after taking a year out to recover from cancer)…
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3 Ways Retiring Abroad Can Enrich Your Finances (and 2 Financial Traps to Look Out for!)
1 month ago

3 Ways Retiring Abroad Can Enrich Your Finances (and 2 Financial Traps to Look Out for!)

Face it. Nothing will have as much impact on your retirement as where you spend it.But what if retiring in place would require sticking to a bare-bones budget just to prevent you from outlasting your money?
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3 Things You Need to Know About Being “Let Go” After 50
2 months ago

3 Things You Need to Know About Being “Let Go” After 50

Were you “let go” – or fired or displaced – after 50? Does it even matter what they called it? Well… yes and no. There are several differences between being “let go,” being fired, or even being displaced…

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4 Ways to Get Naked with Your Money – Wrinkles, Bulges, and All!
2 months ago

4 Ways to Get Naked with Your Money – Wrinkles, Bulges, and All!

Financial intimacy changes as we age, and I want to do it with dignity and grace! In our early years, Mark and I became financially intimate through sharing our financial history. Read More

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

Are You Downsizing Your Home Too? I Couldn’t Let Go of this One Thing!
3 weeks ago

Are You Downsizing Your Home Too? I Couldn’t Let Go of this One Thing!

By  •  Lifestyle

Anyone who has downsized her home knows that the experience it is an emotional roller coaster. The process of getting rid of our possessions goes something like this.

First we get rid of the junk that has accumulated in our homes. This includes those items that really don’t matter to us or may have never mattered to us. Read More

The Halloween Traditions Can Help Boomer Women Face Our Fears and Express Gratitude
3 weeks ago

The Halloween Traditions Can Help Boomer Women Face Our Fears and Express Gratitude

I’ve noticed here in the US that Halloween has gained importance as a holiday for children and adults alike. More homes are doing extravagant decorating, ingenious costumes are created…
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8 Things to Teach Your Grandchildren About Online Safety
4 weeks ago

8 Things to Teach Your Grandchildren About Online Safety

By  •  Lifestyle

Bonding with your grandkids can take many different forms. As the children get older, grandparents can take a back seat, or be a source of reassurance, confidential communications, and words of wisdom…
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Preparing to Scan Your Old Print Collection? Be Prepared to Invest Your Time
4 weeks ago

Preparing to Scan Your Old Print Collection? Be Prepared to Invest Your Time

People ask me all the time about the best way to scan their old prints. If you have taken on the role of family photo historian, you will need to do some scanning at some point. You may still have boxes of loose prints…
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Mindset and Inspiration | Read About Happiness, Gratitude, Nostalgia, Getting Older and More!

Choose Refirement Rather Than Vintage Retirement! These 7 Questions Will Help You Find Your Direction
3 weeks ago

Choose Refirement Rather Than Vintage Retirement! These 7 Questions Will Help You Find Your Direction

This January, I’ll start my 74th year. I’m part of a large aging population in America. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2030, all baby boomers like me will be older than 65…
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Try Looking at Your Life Differently!
3 weeks ago

Try Looking at Your Life Differently!

By  •  Mindset

If you practice yoga, you might be familiar with the positions called inversions that flip our bodies head down and feet up. Mentally, these positions can encourage us to turn our beliefs upside down…
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How Adventurous Can You Be After 60? 4 Things You Never Thought You Could Do!
3 weeks ago

How Adventurous Can You Be After 60? 4 Things You Never Thought You Could Do!

By  •  Mindset

You’re sitting there, staring blankly ahead and thinking to yourself… Where do I go from here? Your so-called retirement years can either be a true sense of the phrase “golden years” or, sadly, the stereotypical boring bust…

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Finding Your Path After 60 with Purpose and Heart
4 weeks ago

Finding Your Path After 60 with Purpose and Heart

By  •  Mindset

As we age, it becomes apparent that we must create new lives. Will we change careers, begin retirement, travel, downsize or stay where we are? Read More

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