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3 weeks ago

Isn’t It Time to Tell Your Story? Here Are 6 Ways to Get Started

Ready to write a book? You’re not alone. You have a lifetime of ideas, experiences and stories to share. The challenge is where and how to begin. It can be daunting…

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3 weeks ago

Easy Ways to Save When Shopping for Groceries

When prices start to rise, it’s natural to think twice before buying anything and to begin to make changes where necessary. Many people become quite creative in how they pick and choose what to buy and when. It’s no different when it comes…

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4 weeks ago

Whodunit? Older Women Follow the Clues!

Sixty and Me has featured articles on the joys and health benefits of reading, and more specifically, bibliotherapy, the practice of reading fiction to improve one’s mental health. As an avid fan of the “cozy” mystery novel most of my life, I’ve just now realized…

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4 weeks ago

Planning for Retirement? Think About Time (and Not Just Money)

You’ve set a date. And the date is getting closer. We have wedding dates, baby due dates, vacation dates, closing dates, and moving dates. We prepare for all those things – we make lists, we shop, we prepare, we do paperwork. We do our homework…

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4 weeks ago

The Mysterious Power of Comfort Songs

When I was in my early 20s, I rented a room in a sprawling mansion-turned-rooming-house that was in a beautiful part of Vancouver, Canada. Lots of tall, old trees lined the sidewalks. The area had a luxuriant park-like atmosphere…

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4 weeks ago

5 Ways to Relax and Enjoy Life After 60 Even More

I’m in my ThirdThird now (ages 60-90) and I find there are things I used to care a lot more about than I do now. Priorities, experience, wisdom, adapting – whatever the reason, I am much more flexible in my thinking. The result? Less stress. More joy. A greater appreciation for each day, each opportunity, each interaction…

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1 month ago

Where to Start So You Don’t Leave A Mess After You Die

Simona was despairing “I’ve been left such a mess, I can’t believe it! How do I even begin, when it’s the very last thing I want to do!” She was expressing her horror at the myriad of things she was having to deal with after her mother had died…

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1 month ago

A Roundup of Great Books to Read

I’ve read some good books this month. If you celebrate Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, you may find one on this list to gift. Or hint for someone to give you! This roundup includes a mix of genres – fiction, historical fiction, mystery, non-fiction…

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1 month ago

The Importance of Blogging Properly for SEO and Ranking

When you learn to blog the right way, you can serve your audience and help your content rise through the rankings to the first page of Google, regardless of the nature of your business. As search engines get smarter…

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1 month ago

The Morning Show: How Do You Feel About This Thought-Provoking Drama?

I recently binged The Morning Show on Apple+, and I’m still processing how I feel about the characters and the storyline. Don’t get me wrong – I absolutely recommend it. There’s just so much to unpack…

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