5 Ways to Leave a Great Legacy

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The discussion of leaving a legacy has come up in conversation lately among my friends and family. Most of my friends are almost or just past mid-century age, and my sons and daughters in law are almost 40 years old or older. There must something in the water. I thought about the concept of legacy […]

Stay Resilient As You Age

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Your ability to stay resilient,  visible and relevant as a sentient and powerful being in the world around you as you is the key to aging. But have you ever wondered what it was like to be invisible?  I have, and  maybe you’ve even felt invisible yourself from time to time. I had an experience […]

The Power of Resilience: Don’t Give Up, Boomers

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The story for the Boomer generation is carrying forward a challenging story about resilience. Boomers have lived through decades of change, from early post war years to the most unimaginable technological advances; from carbon paper to computer print outs; from crinoline slips to spanks; from the first suburban housing tracts to gated communities; from nuclear drills […]

Yoga: It Only Takes One To Practice

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Yoga is not only a physical practice, but it is a spiritual practice as well.  It is through my yoga practice that I am more able to stay present, to stay internally balanced, and to enjoy good health and a lean body through the principles of breath, alignment, and movements. I am now in the […]

The Allure of Confidence

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The most alluring attribute a woman can possess is confidence. Confidence turns heads, makes easy introductions, and can stop the world in its tracks. I just spent a week’s vacation with two of my grammar school chums. I hope some of the women in the SixtyandMe community have also had engaging girlfriend vacation time. Each […]

Yoga For Seniors: It’s A State of Mind

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Seniors are taking up yoga in droves. They are finding the practice of yoga and meditation to reduce stress and bring more joy into their lives. Because yoga is designed to bring balance and health to the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of the individual, people of all ages are finding the practice to enrich […]

The Power of Speaking Your Truth – 5 Reflections

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Speaking your truth will surely piss some people off and that’s a good thing. It’s time now, in your boomer years, to live your life the way you want to – with honesty, reason and kindness. You’ve spent the better part of your life being truthful, patient, compassionate, and loving. And you will always be […]

Are You a Victim of Your Thoughts? Meditation Can Help

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As Published in Sixty and Me Have you ever been a victim of your own thoughts? If you are not sure, just think about the one or two or 50 nights when you were plagued by thoughts and constant thinking and you couldn’t shut down your mind and get to sleep. Or, you woke up […]

Looking into the Future: What’s in Your Survival Kit?

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As published in Sixty and Me Looking into the future: Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a human survival kit in your possession? The kit would answer the most important questions about your life: How will your life end? Will you find love? Will you be fulfilled emotionally and psychologically? Will you have enough money […]