Author: Sixty and Me

For so many of us, fashion after 50 is a struggle. What’s appropriate? What makes me feel good? How do I create a personal style that suits me yet doesn’t make me look like everyone else? Our own Margaret Manning…

With the holiday season in full swing, my house is decorated, cookies baked, gifts wrapped, and holiday cards sent. With one final thing to check off my list, I saved the most challenging for last – buying a Christmas present…

You can’t predict the day. You can’t predict the hour. But you can predict one thing: If your kid is away at college, there’s a mighty good chance that an urgent phone call, email or text from him or her…

I was 11 years old when my parents brought my younger brother and me to Manhattan to see the musical Annie. Even though we lived in Queens, trips to the “city” were a big deal. Broadway tickets cost much less…

The decision on whether to take an antibiotic medication has never been more important, especially for older adults. In fact, by being a careful health care consumer regarding antibiotics, you are not only helping yourself, but your community, country and…

The pursuit for anti aging treatments was first recorded in ancient Egypt where potions were developed using natural cures and remedies like olives and other common herbs to promote longevity and beauty though it would be safe to assume that…

When searching out that mortgage that you've been wanting, you have to know the criteria for evaluating mortgages. The mortgage industry is a vast field, and without the proper tools and knowledge, you're going to find yourself lost. So, get…

The holidays (whatever your version), the New Year, family gatherings, end of the year festivities, all make me think about setting a mood. Music is an integral part of ambiance, emotion, celebration, and motivation. For many of us, music brings…

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