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Fun Things to Do If You are Spending Christmas Alone (Video)

By Margaret Manning December 24, 2019

It’s Christmas day. People have been preparing for months and you’ve happily ignored all the excitement and stress, knowing that none of it applied to you. What do you do when, by choice or chance, you are one of the millions of people around the world spending Christmas day alone? Read More

Happy 79th Birthday Lily Tomlin – Thanks for All the Laughs!

By Margaret Manning August 31, 2018

If you have been watching the new Netflix series, “Grace and Frankie,” you have probably fallen in love with Lily Tomlin all over again. In the series, she plays Frankie, a funny, quirky, hippie character that appears alongside the elegant and conventional Grace, played by Jane Fonda. Read More

Love Never Expires! 5 Reasons to Believe in Senior Dating

By Sixty and Me July 30, 2018

Do you believe in love after 60? Or have you given up on men? Join us in conversation with dating coach Lisa Copeland who shares 5 reasons why you shouldn’t give up on male companionship. Enjoy the show! Read More

Sam Elliott Says Ageism is a Real Issue in Hollywood – Especially for Older Women

By Margaret Manning December 11, 2016

The women in our community love Sam Elliott for many reasons. Some of us appreciate how he makes us feel. Others love his unique voice, which has appeared in movies ranging from iconic Westerns to light-hearted cartoons. Still others simply think that he’s a great actor. I’m a fan for all these reasons and more! Read More

14 Beautiful Celebrity Women Over 60

By Sandra Roussy November 23, 2023

Women over 60 are thriving and living full lives. It used to be that actresses stopped being cast for movie roles as they got older, and musicians lost credibility once they passed a certain age. Thankfully, these industries have changed, and women…

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Does Minimalist Style Make Us Invisible?

By Andrea Pflaumer August 22, 2023

Recently, there has been a lot of buzz about minimalist fashion. At its core, it can be described as a Classic, unadorned, neutral-colored, or solid-colored, wardrobe made up of high-quality interchangeable pieces and little to no “logo” accessories…

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Taking Fashion Inspiration from Icons Over 70

By Andrea Pflaumer November 22, 2022

Last month we explored what we can wear after we turn 70. But that begs the question, “Who dresses like me? Where can I find some inspiration?” As with any marginalized group, older women are disproportionately under-represented in the media…

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5 Unexpected Early Warning Signs of Dementia

By Noreen Kolesar July 21, 2021

For many people, the progression of dementia may be very slow. And, many individuals with very early stages of dementia learn how to cover it up. As we currently have a large demographic of our population aging, more research is going into the very important…

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Stuck at Home? 20 Things to Do if You’re Trying to Avoid the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Over Age 60

By Sixty and Me March 26, 2020

Up until now, I’ve haven’t written too much about the coronavirus (covid-19) outbreak. But, after much soul-searching, I decided that I had an obligation to help all of you to get through this difficult time…

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Surprised by Age: Taking Off the Invisibility Cloak Is Not as Easy When You Reach 60

By Becky Kueker September 09, 2019

Why is it that, as we age, we are constantly being told what we should or should not be doing? “You are too old to be doing that” permeates our lives on a daily basis, especially if you are over 65…

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