We have lived over 1 billion 892 million 160 thousand seconds and are now wading through our sixth decade. We know we’re not alone in walking through midlife into our senior years (cough, cough, cough) wondering, “Are we really women over 60?? When do we start to FEEL old??”

No woman considers EVERYTHING gained through the passage of time to be positive. Here is where you can join us in conversations about ways we’re accepting those things we cannot change (and maybe bitching about it, a little) – and changing those things we can…   We know we’re not alone!  Please join us.

 

Recent Blog Posts

My Metallic Seersucker Capris

Before we learn about my Metallic Seersucker Capris, let's first learn about Seersucker, shall we? Evidently it’s back. (Or it was back in 2012. I’m a bit behind.) [...]

More»

Extra 25 Pounds? It’s Not My Best Look.

My delusion bubble was burst when I realized that those extra 25 pounds are not invisible. [...]

More»

I Said “Yes!” to the Dress

Say “Yes!” to the Dress (Or Don’t Buy It) I had an epiphany on a recent (desperate—well kind of desperate) shopping expedition. It could, I hope, make shopping fun again and help all of us with that “capsule wardrobe”. I said, “Yes!” to the dress. [...]

More»

Heavy Subject Update: BistroMD

A week ago I posted about weight. Mine. How I had a hell a lot more of it now than I used to. I threw the rock.  It's been a week now, and here's my check-in.  And my review of BistroMD, my diet of choice. [...]

More»

Realities of a Dream Vacation

Planning a dream vacation is so much fun! Looking at all the hotels, the tours, the restaurants, the museums; deciding what to do when; it's a virtual trip just doing the research!  As much fun and important as it is planning your itinerary, it's equally as important to be aware of realities you may find on your dream vacation.  [...]

More»

Weight – It’s a Heavy Topic

Before I get started, let me say up front – it’s all relative. I get that some of you are a lot smaller, bigger, younger, older, etc., etc., etc., than I. This post is about me and my experience – which is probably not that dissimilar from something you may have faced a time or two – only with different statistics. Regardless of those statistics, it’s the emotions, th [...]

More»

Art is Everywhere in Paris

The city of Paris is serious about keeping their city clean. In an effort to reduce litter and plastic use, you can find numerous water dispensers throughout the city; even sparkling water dispensers. They're extremely popular and used regularly by locals and tourists alike. But, public water fountains aren’t a new thing in Paris.  [...]

More»

Working From Home and Stuck? Here’s a Fix: Take a Part-Time Job

More of us over 60 are working a new career, working from home, or have taken a part-time job. Can that part-time job help you achieve your goals? The right one may be just what the procrastinator ordered. [...]

More»
Share with Friends