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Stay up to date with the latest news about issues that impact women our age. From Social Security and retirement to celebrities over 60 and Boomer news, we have you covered.

5 years ago

Do You Love Your Leggings?

Many women in their 60s have a love–hate relationship with their leggings. While they are among the most comfortable items of clothing that we own, they aren’t always super flattering. Well, if you’re a fan of your leggings, I have good news!

One of our guest writers, Jodie Filogomo, recently wrote a post on how to look fabulous in your leggings. She has some amazing ideas! I’d also love to hear about whether you love your leggings and how you wear them.

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5 years ago

Happy 75th Birthday Carole King – You Are the Voice of Our Generation

I love Carole King. For over 50 years, she has created classic songs that touch us deep inside. She also ignited the careers of countless articles who made her songs their own. Today is Carole King’s 75th birthday and I’d love to wish her all the best on behalf of the Sixty and Me community! Read More

5 years ago

How Women Over 60 Are Exploring and Growing

I am always so amazed by all of the wonderful things that the women in our community are getting up to. You are writing, exploring, exercising, starting companies, supporting your families and improving yourselves. You inspire me every day!

Today, I want to share an article from one of our guest bloggers, Kari Henley, on the topic of getting the most from life after 60. I think that you will find it fascinating!

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5 years ago

Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Women Like Us

As we get a little older, nothing is as important as maintaining our good health. Of course, there are many aspects of our health that we don’t have direct control over. But, this doesn’t mean that we should give up!

So, today, I want to share some healthy lifestyle tips for dynamic older women like us. I hope that you find them useful!

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5 years ago

How Gratitude Can Keep You Strong in Troubled Times

There is no denying that we are living in troubled times. In addition to everything that is going on in the world, each of us is dealing with our own worries and concerns.

So, today, I want to talk about how gratitude can help you to stay strong when everything around you seems insecure. I also would love to hear what you do to cultivate and express gratitude in your life.

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5 years ago

How to Make the World a Better Place by Downsizing and Recycling

Like many women in our community, I have spent quite a bit of time over the last decade reorganizing and, where possible, downsizing.

Along the way, I have learned that downsizing is not really about saying “no” to the things we don’t need. It is about saying “yes” to the things that really matter.

Today, I want to talk about one aspect of downsizing that you may not have thought about – how to recycle and do good for others as you reorganize your life.

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5 years ago

Dealing with Social Isolation

For most of our lives, we were surrounded by other people. At work, our sense of purpose was defined, at least in part, by the recognition of our peers. At home, many of us faced – and embraced – the chaos of family life. Only occasionally did we find a few precious moments to sit in total silence, reading a book, or simply thinking.

Then, in retirement (or semi-retirement) things started to change. Many of us have started to find that our days are quieter than we expected them to be. Without the social bonds that we relied on in our past, some of us are even feeling a little socially isolated.

So, today, I would like to share some tips from your Sixty and Me sisters on how to stay socially connected in your 60s or better. I hope you find them useful!  Read More

5 years ago

How Do You Like to Relax?

Contrary to popular belief, life in your 60s isn’t necessarily quiet or relaxing. In fact, if you are like me, you probably find your days filled with activities, people and hobbies. In addition to being as busy as ever, many of us are also facing financial, social or physical stresses. So, at our age, it’s more important than ever to take time to relax.

Today, I want to share some suggestions for how to take it easy, especially with you feel a little stressed out. I’d also love to hear how you relax.

How do you like to relax? Do you love to listen to music? Or, do you perhaps like to spend time in your garden? Are you the kind of person who loves to curl up on the sofa with a good book? Or do you prefer relaxing with your friends and family?

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5 years ago

Habits to Embrace Today if You Want to Build Lasting Happiness

Well, I don’t know about you, but, I woke up feeling great this morning. I just know that it’s going to be a wonderful day! How about you? While we’re on the topic of feeling great, I want to share some habits that each of us should focus on if we want to find lasting happiness. I also have a short message to share about some adjustments that I am making to our Mornings with Sixty and Me programming schedule. Please watch today’s show above. Then, watch the following 2-minute update on our morning show.

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5 years ago

Don’t Let End of Life Planning Get You Down

There aren’t that many things that are guaranteed in this life. One is taxes and… well… we don’t like to talk about the other one! This is a shame. After all, with a little planning, our passing, while tragic, doesn’t need to be expensive or complicated for the people we leave behind. So, today, I want to talk about a few things that you can do to plan for your passing, even if you plan to live for many decades to come. Come join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More