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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.

Embrace the Power of Reframing to Get More from Life After 60
2 years ago

Embrace the Power of Reframing to Get More from Life After 60

In many ways, baby boomers have a lot to be thankful for. After all, on paper, we are the wealthiest generation of all time. We are also destined to live longer than any generation before us. Read More

6 Insights I Picked Up on My 51st Class Reunion
2 years ago

6 Insights I Picked Up on My 51st Class Reunion

By  •  Lifestyle

My high school class is not one of the those who have regular reunions. We had one 10 years after graduation, then nothing. So, I was surprised – and delighted – to get an invitation to celebrate…
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Turning 60 is an Opportunity to Change Your Life for the Better
2 years ago

Turning 60 is an Opportunity to Change Your Life for the Better

By  •  Mindset

When I said I was moving to Bali, someone asked, “What are you running from?” The question struck me as odd. I wasn’t running from, I was running to. After years of doing for others this was for me, my great adventure. It was also a test. Could I survive the loneliness that was sure to come? Read More

Everyone Else Is Taken! The Power of Being Yourself After 60
2 years ago

Everyone Else Is Taken! The Power of Being Yourself After 60

By  •  Mindset

“Be yourself, everyone else is already taken” — Oscar Wilde

I have this quote on a pillow at my entryway, it’s a great way to remind myself that I need to be true to me. I should not be ‘doing’ what others expect me to, unless it’s what I want to do! Read More

How Being Messy Can Transform Your Life for the Better
2 years ago

How Being Messy Can Transform Your Life for the Better

By  •  Lifestyle

If you know the nursery rhyme story of Jack Sprat and his wife, then you have an idea of the relationship my wife of 44 years, Judy, and I have. If you’re not familiar with the child’s poem, here is the first stanza: Read More

12 Promises You Can Make to Empower and Express Your True Self After 60
2 years ago

12 Promises You Can Make to Empower and Express Your True Self After 60

Do you ever wonder if you’re worth it? Do you believe you are valuable to the people you love? How about yourself? Do you let others define your value? Do you hide your true self? Do you know your true self? Read More

How Our Perception Shapes Our Lives After 60
2 years ago

How Our Perception Shapes Our Lives After 60

By  •  Mindset

Cruising along the freeway, my sister, Joan, and I were absorbed in a passionate discussion. Suddenly, time stood still. The car in front of us spun out of control, leaving the driver facing us. Read More

Transitions Offer Opportunities for Late Bloomers – Do You Care to Explore Them?
2 years ago

Transitions Offer Opportunities for Late Bloomers – Do You Care to Explore Them?

I’m separating from the man I’ve been partners with since my 20s. The last few months have been very difficult. My living arrangements are unsettled, so my habits and routines are jumbled. Read More

How to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone in 5 Easy Steps
2 years ago

How to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone in 5 Easy Steps

I hate to admit it but I’m a creature of habit. Year-round, I follow the same routine: I’m up early to go to the gym for a workout, or I head outdoors for a long run. Then most of my days are spent at the computer editing or talking with clients on the phone. Read More

4 Ways to Rediscover Who You Really Are in Your 60s
2 years ago

4 Ways to Rediscover Who You Really Are in Your 60s

Do you ever yearn to go back to the good old days when your kids were small, and you were busy, busy, busy helping them grow and enrich their lives? Unfortunately, that is not an option. Time, and children, march on. Read More