Tag: woman over 60

How to Enjoy Life After 60
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Our guest blogger this week is Jo Castro of Lifestyle Fifty, and she has some words of wisdom to share with us about how to enjoy life after turning 60. I can certainly relate to that! And, even if you haven’t celebrated the “Big 60” yet, you’ll find Jo’s tools to be insightful, relatable, succinct, and on point. Let’s hear from Jo: At each Big 0 birthday from the age of 30 upwards, I’ve felt

Is a capsule wardrobe right for you?
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Are you thinking about starting a business as a woman over 50? If you’ve never done such a thing it can be a mighty scary thought. There are many aspects of starting a business at 50 or at 60 that need to be preplanned and thought out. Usually there is some type of monetary investment involved, although with some small business ventures it is minimal. You might need to be licensed, register with your local

cute casual outfits for women over 60
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I’m always up for advice on how to not dress like an old lady. After all, I may be in my 60’s and Nana to my grand kids, but I don’t have to dress like my days of stylin’ are over! Not this girl. So I thought I’d share some thoughts and suggestions for readers who feel the same way, and offer some cute casual outfits for women that are budget friendly, too. On the

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Coffee with Candi
3-23-18

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Welcome to Coffee with Candi, a time for us to have a chat every week on Friday and catch up. Well, I’ll have a chat with you about my week…what’s been happening, the good the bad the exciting, the boring…most importantly, what have I learned about life, my family, my friends, work, health, looking my best…I’ll spill it honestly and openly with you. Always with a fresh cup of hot, black coffee in my hand.

Cool Jams for ladies -the best pajamas for night sweats
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Question…what are the best pajamas to stay cool and to beat the night sweats? Whether you’re 25 or 65 years old, there are so many of us who struggle with sleep issues and interruptions. At the top of many of our lists is getting too warm and sweaty as we try to sleep. The causes are varied: the climate you live in your age your gender menopause who you regularly sleep with, be it human