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Sometimes we need a little inspiration to get more from life after 60. Let's explore the lives and stories of inspirational women who have changed the world.

7 years ago

This 100-Year-Old Runner Will Either Inspire or Embarrass You into Action

Staying in shape plays a vital role in a person’s overall level of health and well-being at any and every age!

But for those of us in our 60s and beyond, staying in shape is especially important. Read More

7 years ago

How to Reconnect with Your Inner Child and Explore Your Creativity After 60

Imagine you’ve unearthed a time capsule that had been planted deeply into the soil more than fifty years ago, hidden there by a young girl with big dreams. Read More

7 years ago

3 Reasons We Need More Women Over 60 in the Media

Having a daughter has made me incredibly aware of the examples that we are currently giving to our young growing women. Read More

7 years ago

Age is Just a Number: 67-Year-Old Woman Wins Canadian Rodeo Event

Mary Burger is living proof that age really is just a number.

This idea isn’t exactly news to us. We know that getting older doesn’t have to mean slowing down like society might want us to believe. This is the perfect time in our lives to knock down those aging stereotypes and live life to the fullest! Read More

7 years ago

“Disabled Lizard” No More! Make a Spectacular New Year’s Resolution Today

It’s hard to tell with rescue pups, but my vet figured that my beloved Ringo was about 2 years old when he came into my life. This makes him now about 12. Read More

7 years ago

This 86-Year-Old Woman Has More Great-Grandkids Than Candles on Her Cake!

Few moments in a woman’s life are more precious than meeting one of her grandchildren for the very first time. And, with 68 grandkids, this is a sentiment that 86-year-old Marie Frey is very familiar with!

Recently, Frey received a very special birthday gift when she welcomed her 86th great-grandchild into the world just three days before her own 86th birthday! Read More

7 years ago

8 Controversial Life Lessons from the Creator of the Dilbert Comic Strip

Scott Adams, successful author and entrepreneur, is best known for his highly popular daily cartoon strip, Dilbert, chronicling the workplace ups and downs of this nicely nerdy engineer and his odd work fellows, which include a pointy-haired boss and colleagues who make an art of work-shirking. Read More

7 years ago

A Heartfelt Tribute to Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen died this November at the age of 82. He recorded his final album from a special chair in his living room two weeks before his death despite his body being wracked with cancer and suffering from severe back pain. Read More

7 years ago

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

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

7 years ago

5 Life Lessons from the Classic Movie “It’s a Wonderful Life”

We closed out Thanksgiving Day by welcoming in the Christmas season with the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” This movie provoked deep thought in me this time and I would like to share the lessons I reflected on this year. Read More