Tag: midlife blogger

Sunday morning walk on Fort Myers Beach
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There is something about walking on the beach near the water that I find calming, relaxing and inspiring. This morning I went for a walk on Fort Myers Beach, which is about 10 minutes from home (when there aren’t 5 million seasonal visitors and snow birds here), a nice, short drive on an early Sunday morning. It is warm and humid here right now, a bit more of each than typical, but summer is just

Candi Randolph 5 Things I've Learned About Life in My 60's
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There are countless lessons I’ve learned over the years, and now that I’ve turned 64, I have been pondering life and how I have matured. I could probably create a long, long list of what I’ve learned over the years, but have condensed it to the most relevant 5 things I’ve learned about life in my 60’s. Sixty sounds so old, but I don’t feel old, not really. When I look in the mirror, of

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There are so many life lessons my mother taught me that influenced me, and many of them have helped me become the person that I am today. When I look back on my childhood and conjure up the memories, my mom is always there. Always. I was born in the 50’s, went through adolescence and my teen years in the 60’s and 70’s. At that time most moms stayed home and raised the kids. My

Why I Decided to Create a Lifestyle Blog - Inspire My Style
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Why did I decide to create a lifestyle / midlife blog for women in their 60’s? I’ve never been a person who religiously followed someone’s blog. It just wasn’t my thing. I’d seen some blogs that were quite impressive…so much information, lovely photos, hundreds of thousands of followers… yeah, that’s nice. So I surprised myself by making the decision to start blogging about my life as a 60 something woman. A lifestyle blog is like

favorite over the counter hair color Inspire My Style
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What is my favorite over the counter hair color? There are so many choices and options out there, and we all have our preferences. As women in midlife, many of us feel that our hair color can help us look younger. I know I do. I’d much rather have my medium auburn hair – out of a box –  than my natural color. It is not the classy natural silver that some mature women have.