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Finding Happiness

What are the keys to finding happiness after 60? How can we learn to be more positive in the best years of our lives? For starters, we must learn to manage our expectations. We must also put a high priority on our health and social relationships. But, this is just the beginning.

5 Mistakes Boomer Women Often Make on the Road to Happiness – and 3 Things You Can Do Instead
2 months ago

5 Mistakes Boomer Women Often Make on the Road to Happiness – and 3 Things You Can Do Instead

Before I made an intentional decision at the beginning of 2019 to wake up every day with joy, I thought about mistakes that women make on the road to happiness. I began to draw a considerable list…
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7 Ways to Face Your Shadow Side and Express Your True Self After 60
2 months ago

7 Ways to Face Your Shadow Side and Express Your True Self After 60

By  •  Mindset

A few years ago, an older, well-dressed woman walked into my therapy office. She seemed agitated. Nervously, she told me that she was unable to eat or sleep because she was troubled by sexual fantasies about her best friend’s husband. Read More

6 Ways To Find Lasting Happiness After 60
3 months ago

6 Ways To Find Lasting Happiness After 60

After our 60th birthday, we want to do everything we can to keep healthy, active and strong. After all, with at least 20 years more ahead of us, the investments that we make now will make all the difference in the future…
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4 Things You Can Do Every Day to Let Your Inner Beauty Shine
3 months ago

4 Things You Can Do Every Day to Let Your Inner Beauty Shine

Would you agree that maintaining a positive attitude and positive thinking is priceless? Being positive can enhance your psychological and physical well-being. You reap health benefits that can ward off depression, lower levels of distress, and keep your heart healthy. Read More

10 Things from Your Childhood that You Should Start Doing Again in Your 60s
3 months ago

10 Things from Your Childhood that You Should Start Doing Again in Your 60s

Do you remember playing as a child? Without work or obligations, you were free to wander around, use your imagination and indulge in things just for the sake of doing them. Play was relaxing and fun and brought joy to your days. Read More

Les Petits Bonheurs: How Often Do You Indulge in Moments of Happiness After 60?
3 months ago

Les Petits Bonheurs: How Often Do You Indulge in Moments of Happiness After 60?

Today I enjoyed one of those rare mid-August days when the sting of summer heat and humidity have almost disappeared, and there is a hint of autumn in the air. Despite the signs of summer drawing to a close…
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The 2 Most Important Vitamins for Aging Well (You’ve Never Heard of Them!)
3 months ago

The 2 Most Important Vitamins for Aging Well (You’ve Never Heard of Them!)

You know about Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, and Vitamin D. I’m sure you do your best to eat a balanced diet of all nutrients. But have you taken your daily dose of Vitamin J and Vitamin P?
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How to Live Emotionally Well with Serious Illness After 60
3 months ago

How to Live Emotionally Well with Serious Illness After 60

By  •  Mindset

As a hospice volunteer, one of the many things I’ve come to understand is that everyone faces serious illness and the prospect of death differently. There’s simply no “right way” or “wrong way” to approach it…
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How to Be Happier by Learning to See the Good in Others
3 months ago

How to Be Happier by Learning to See the Good in Others

People who surround themselves with positivity have an easier time seeing the good in other people. The reverse is also true. People who teach themselves to see the good in others tend to be more positive and experience happiness more deeply. Seeing the good in others requires us to question our assumptions, but, it is worth the effort. Read More

How to be Happier After 60 by Abandoning Unfair Comparisons
3 months ago

How to be Happier After 60 by Abandoning Unfair Comparisons

By  •  Mindset

In today’s media obsessed culture, we are constantly bombarded by images of women who have more than us. We are told, either directly or subliminally, that these other people are more beautiful, intelligent, interesting or happier than us. Read More