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Reinventing Yourself

If you are thinking about reinventing yourself in your 60s, you are not alone. More women than ever are taking a look at their lives and deciding that they need a change. Some of us want to lose weight. Others have decided that it’s time to get out there and make new friends. Whatever your goals, we’re here to help.

3 Concepts That Can Help in Reinventing Ourselves After 60
2 years ago

3 Concepts That Can Help in Reinventing Ourselves After 60

By  •  Mindset

Did you ever think, “Ah, when I’m 65, I can finally do what I’ve wanted to do for so long: I can read when I want, be creative, take afternoon naps, see friends and play with my grandkids”? Read More

Self-Imposed Change in Your 60s: Do You Really Need It and What Are the Benefits?
2 years ago

Self-Imposed Change in Your 60s: Do You Really Need It and What Are the Benefits?

By  •  Mindset

On this fresh, cool, sun-dappled morning, I feel washed clean, full of clarity and determined to make some needed changes in my post-60 life.

A Spiritual Experience

This state of mind came to me through some tough work over the past 10 days. I am just emerging from a time of spiritual self-reflection as part of my religious observances, an emotionally powerful time when the core practice is to engage in harsh and unflinching self-evaluation. Read More

How to Feel Visible and Vibrant After 60 in 5 Easy Steps
2 years ago

How to Feel Visible and Vibrant After 60 in 5 Easy Steps

I’ve shared the story before about how, several years ago, I hosted a small group of women – all over 60 – at my home and was shocked to discover that many of them felt that, with age, they had become ‘invisible.’ Read More

5 Things I Learned from Attending a 10-Day Millennial Nomad Cruise
2 years ago

5 Things I Learned from Attending a 10-Day Millennial Nomad Cruise

If there was one thing I learned on my recent Nomad cruise it’s that Millennials know how to have fun. They love to take risks and engage with each other. Read More

How to Reclaim Your Passion for Life in Your 60s
2 years ago

How to Reclaim Your Passion for Life in Your 60s

Stand as a spiritual warrior at the threshold of old age. This is no time to shrink away, to believe the lies of insignificance or uselessness. Do not retreat or retire from the world. Read More

How Reverse Culture Shock Through Travel Can Change Your Life After 60
2 years ago

How Reverse Culture Shock Through Travel Can Change Your Life After 60

By  •  Travel

It definitely took me by surprise because I wasn’t expecting it. After a year backpacking through Europe in my 20s, I had been looking forward to being home and reconnecting with friends and family. Read More

The 4-Step Secret Formula for Creating a Powerful Second Act
2 years ago

The 4-Step Secret Formula for Creating a Powerful Second Act

By  •  Mindset

Is there a second act in you? Perhaps even a third? At this age, we all know that the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.” Read More

The Future Is Today! 4 Ways to Start Over When Embracing a Shift in Life After 60
2 years ago

The Future Is Today! 4 Ways to Start Over When Embracing a Shift in Life After 60

As we age, we experience countless new beginnings. Some of them are frightening, especially when we haven’t planned for them. Others are enjoyable and bring satisfaction. Read More

Reinvention After 60: My Experience with the Butterfly Theory of Personal Development
3 years ago

Reinvention After 60: My Experience with the Butterfly Theory of Personal Development

By  •  Lifestyle

Not long ago I got an email from a reader of my blog, RealDelia. She shared a poem that she’d seen posted elsewhere on the Internet which used the metaphor of the butterfly’s chrysalis to describe those periods when we need to go inside ourselves to grow. Read More

How to Change a Loss Into a Catalyst for Change After 60
3 years ago

How to Change a Loss Into a Catalyst for Change After 60

By  •  Mindset

At each stage of our lifespan we are presented with the opportunity to change. These changes are different for each of us, and as we grow older, change is often accompanied by loss. Read More