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There’s a myth that older adults don’t like technology. Nonsense! Let’s explore the best apps, websites, gadgets and services for dynamic older women, like us.

8 Things to Teach Your Grandchildren About Online Safety
4 weeks ago

8 Things to Teach Your Grandchildren About Online Safety

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Bonding with your grandkids can take many different forms. As the children get older, grandparents can take a back seat, or be a source of reassurance, confidential communications, and words of wisdom…
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3 Supreme Rules for Ideal Computer Posture After 60
1 month ago

3 Supreme Rules for Ideal Computer Posture After 60

Do you feel stiff after working on your computer? Do you find yourself slumping, hunching, and with forward head posture trying to look at the screen? Are you looking for ways to do what you need to do on the computer…
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Fall or Fire? Is Your Smartphone Ready to Help You in an Emergency?
1 month ago

Fall or Fire? Is Your Smartphone Ready to Help You in an Emergency?

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We all know stuff happens. Things like car accidents, trips, and pre-existing health conditions can put you in a predicament quickly. Luckily, most of us have our smartphone near us at most times…
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10 Things Every Mature Woman Should Know to Protect Herself from On-Line Scrabble Scammers
2 months ago

10 Things Every Mature Woman Should Know to Protect Herself from On-Line Scrabble Scammers

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I admit it – I’m an online scrabble junkie. I’ve been playing Words with Friends (WWF) developed by Zynga, for over eight years. I have many games going with people from around the world…
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Do You Need Help Organizing Your Digital Life? 3 Tips to Declutter Your Tech After 60
3 months ago

Do You Need Help Organizing Your Digital Life? 3 Tips to Declutter Your Tech After 60

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Clutter in our technology is not that different from the clutter we maintain in our home. The more unorganized we get, the more overwhelmed we are, and the more ineffective technology becomes to us…
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How to Stay Safe in Your 60s with Low-tech Safety Accessories
4 months ago

How to Stay Safe in Your 60s with Low-tech Safety Accessories

Being properly prepared for our own safety is important for everyone.

For those of us over 60 years of age it’s imperative we not only stay active to maintain as much strength as possible, but that we supplement our strength with accessories, which may or may not have a bit of flash and sash to them. Read More

Privacy Versus Convenience: Are You Ok with Trade-Off in Our Digital World?
4 months ago

Privacy Versus Convenience: Are You Ok with Trade-Off in Our Digital World?

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We have cameras and smart TVs in our homes. We plug our destinations into Google Maps. We speak to Siri, Google, and Alexa and allow them to listen in on our everyday activities. In a world of smartphones and smart homes…
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Don’t Give Up on Trying to Keep Up with Technology: The Benefits Are Worth Exploring!
5 months ago

Don’t Give Up on Trying to Keep Up with Technology: The Benefits Are Worth Exploring!

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Technology evolves at the pace of a speeding bullet. Recently, I was teaching an Advanced iPhone class, and there was some noted grumpiness that the next generation of software will not support iPhones…
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Stay Safe Online After 60: Understanding Social Media Privacy Laws
6 months ago

Stay Safe Online After 60: Understanding Social Media Privacy Laws

Do you find yourself wanting to use social media to stay in touch with loved ones but get lost in all the potential problems? Do you feel confident you understand all the ways to protect yourself from online scams? Have you been victimized or targeted because of your age demographic? Read More

Blending Technology with Older Traditions to Preserve Memories
7 months ago

Blending Technology with Older Traditions to Preserve Memories

Not so long ago, the way to hold onto memories was to create photo albums and scrapbooks. Today most people use apps like Facebook and tag their photos. Online backups keep photos safe indefinitely. I could go on, but you get the idea. Read More