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    1. Hacking Your Anxiety

      Hacking Your Anxiety

      Came across this compelling article from Hack Spirit. It's called How to Stop Worrying: 9 Tips to Get Your Mind Back on Track.

      In it, Lachlan Brown shares some perceptive insights on anxiety. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      There are mental exercises you can do to catch yourself before your thoughts take a turn for the worst.

      To help yourself get back on track, it’s good to perform some mental exercises that will recalibrate your mental faculties, giving you better control over your thought process.

      Have a look at the rest of Lachlan Brown's fascinating ...

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    2. Strategies to Foster Resilience

      Strategies to Foster Resilience

      Lucy Hone makes some interesting points here. It’s an article titled Sorrow and Tragedy Will Happen to Us All - Here are 3 Strategies to Help You Cope.

      In it, she shares some really important nuggets of wisdom. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Resilient people have worked out a way of tuning in to the good around them. One day, when doubts were threatening to overwhelm me, I distinctly remember thinking, You cannot get swallowed up by this — you’ve got so much to live for. Don’t lose what you have to what you have ...

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    3. Making Retirement Life Work Even if You're a Workaholic

      Making Retirement Life Work Even if You're a  Workaholic

      Here's a compelling article from Robyn Berry-Luke. It's called Retirement: I Didn't Go Willingly Into It At All.

      In it, the former professional fundraiser shares some perceptive observations on her journey into retirement. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      It took me quite a few months to settle into a routine at home that didn’t make me sad. I started projects like painting small wooden boxes with faux finishes, knitting and talking to other friends who didn’t work. There are only so many lunches you can go to with non-workers, they had very little ...

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    4. Creating a Kinder Self-Talk

      Creating a Kinder Self-Talk

      Discovered this interesting piece by success coach Awilda Rivera that really intrigued us. It’s called 4 Types of Negative Self-Tak to Stop Right Now.

      In it, she shares some intriguing suggestions. Here’s one of them:

      One way to halt personalized negative self-talk is to first acknowledge that you are personalizing. Then, ask yourself if you know it to be true. The following line of questioning has worked wonders for many dealing with personalized negative self-talk:

      Is it true that you are the reason things went wrong? Is it true that you are the reason something bad happened? What ...

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    5. Why It's Important to Maintain a Happy Social Life

      Why It's Important to Maintain a Happy Social Life

      Here's a compelling article from Margaret Manning. It's called How to Find Friends and Fight Loneliness After 60.

      In it, she shares some interesting insights. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      One of the fantastic things about being 60 is that we finally know what we want. We understand our values and know what we want to accomplish in our lives. If you are like many women over 60, including myself, you may have a feeling that, with less time in front of you than behind, it’s time to focus on adding people to your life ...

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    6. How to Maintain Positivity While Carrying the Burden of Cancer

      How to Maintain Positivity While Carrying the Burden of Cancer

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Very Well Health blog. It’s titled How to Keep a Positive Attitude With Cancer.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      These positive friends are there to support you when you need it, don't back away when you want to talk about your deepest fears and bring out the best in you, giving you a gentle push when you need it. They inspire you to be courageous when you are feeling afraid (and anyone who claims they aren't afraid of cancer ...

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    7. Keeping the Competitive Flames Alive Even in Old Age

      Keeping the Competitive Flames Alive Even in Old Age

      Stumbled upon this helpful piece by Debra Yearwood. It's titled How to Stay Competitive After 50.

      She gives us some interesting perspectives here. Here's one that really struck a chord:

      Don't worry about your age, worry about how you are communicating your value.  Never dumb down your resume or experience because you want to 'fit' into a lower-level job.  Be you and don't be humble.  You are accomplished. Show it and communicate it on your resume.

      Give the rest of this fascinating piece a read to learn more.

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    8. Grieving The Former Version of Yourself So You Can Live Peacefully With the Current One

      Grieving The Former Version of Yourself So You Can Live Peacefully With the Current One

      Discovered this interesting piece from Goalcast and it really piqued our interest. It’s called The 5 Stages of Grieving Your Past Self - So You Can Move Forward.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      A good place to start is by forgiving yourself. Often we hold ourselves brutally accountable for pain that we have caused ourselves. But nothing good comes from continuing to harbor grudges towards our past.

      Take time every day to look yourself in the eyes– in the mirror, of course, and forgive yourself for something.

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    9. Gaining Inner Peace

      Gaining Inner Peace

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece by Nancy Levin. It's called Finding Peace Through Greater Acceptance.

      It shares some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Acceptance does not minimize or dismiss the value of what you once had.

      Instead, acceptance allows you to find a greater doorway to appreciate and truly value what you’ve had. It can even show you how to learn the lessons and find the perfection - even in moments of pain.

      It allows you to honor what you had in the past and build something stronger for yourself in the future.

      Give the rest of ...

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    10. The Hidden Benefits of Gray Divorce

      The Hidden Benefits of Gray Divorce

      Here's a compelling article from Psychology Today. It's called 7 Key Facts About Divorce After Long Marriages.

      In it, Kathy Mccoy shares some interesting perspectives on gray divorce. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Sometimes improved health and happiness in a new and different life is the positive ending. Sometimes the relief and peace of ending a tumultuous relationship is its own reward. And sometimes finding love again is the positive result of a painful process. 

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the marriage expert's fascinating observations.

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    11. Hobbies for a Healthy Senior Life

      Hobbies for a Healthy Senior Life

      Here's a fascinating article from the A Place for Mom Blog. It's called 11 Healthy Hobbies for Seniors.

      In this 2011 blog post, we get some really interesting ideas. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Pets provide a comfort system and actually produce a chemical chain reaction in the brain that helps to lower levels of the stress-inducing hormone cortisol and increase the production of the feel-good hormone serotonin. In fact, pets have been shown to reduce blood pressure and stress levels in humans and can actually help lower cholesterol, fight depression and help protect against heart ...

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    12. Getting Over a Partner's Death

      Getting Over a Partner's Death

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from The New York Times. It was published 2010 but we thought that it was still quite relevant.

      The piece is titled Getting On With Life After a Partner Dies and it offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Each accomplishment is empowering. Lyn Hill of Brooklyn, widowed last year after 37 years of marriage, felt that surge of strength when she figured out how to fix her broken printer.

      To find out more about these thought-provoking perspectives, look into the rest of this well-written article.

       

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    13. The Reality of Retirement Grief and What to Do if You're Currently Going Through It

      The Reality of Retirement Grief and What to Do if You're Currently Going Through It

      Sometimes we love work so much that retiring seems to give you more grief than relief.

      This 2017 article from Forbes shares some fascinating nuggets of wisdom to help us with this loss. Here's a short excerpt:

      Truth is, retirees may not miss every aspect of their work, but they can yearn for certain things and that’s normal and okay. There is no best way to grieve and many new retirees may not even realize they are going through it.

      Take a look at the rest of this enlightening piece of writing for more information.

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    14. How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Help You Through Your Intense Grief

      How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Help You Through Your Intense Grief

      Here's a fascinating article from The New York Times. It's called When Grief Won't Relent.

      In it, Jane Brodyshares some interesting ideas. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Though sometimes helpful, drugs are not the most effective way to treat the disorder, Dr. Shear said. Rather, an approach called complicated grief treatment, which relies heavily on strategies used in cognitive behavioral therapy, is most likely to achieve results in the shortest amount of time, she said.

      Have a look at the full article for more of the author’s insights.

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    15. Recovering After Losing A Spouse

      Recovering After Losing A Spouse

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Sixty and Me and thought that we would share it. Yvonne Bordy, the author, calls it Finding Your Way After Losing a Spouse.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Regaining my strength and vitality, being able to transform the pain from the loss of my husband into forever memories was my goal. I did not think that that was possible in the beginning, but little by little as I set-aside time for myself, I was able to move my life forward.

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    16. How Divorce Can Be Liberating Even at 60

      How Divorce Can Be Liberating Even at 60

      Thought we'd share this moving interesting piece from the New York Post. It's by Doree Lewak and it's called This is What Divorce Looks Like After 60.

      In it, she shares some riveting accounts of divorces after 60 from various people who've done it. Here's a quote from Geraldine Biordi, a woman from Queens who divorced at 63:

      “The only way to survive divorce is to realize you’re the only person who can make yourself happy. You cannot rely on another person in this life to account for your happiness.”

      There are plenty of ...

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    17. Post-60 Divorce for Suzy Brown

      Post-60 Divorce for Suzy Brown

      Here's a fascinating article from the Midlife Divorce Recovery. It's called Divorce After 60.

      In it, Suzy Brown shares some insightful perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      To pull myself out of that pit, I made sure I got dressed every morning.   Even though you may want to stay in your sweats all day, don’t do it!  Dress up to feel up!

      Our emotions follow our actions.  The simple acts of putting a smile on your face and standing up straight make a difference.  Walk with power.  Those small actions get the endorphins moving around ...

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    18. Making the Case for Taking on Post-Retirement Work

      Making the Case for Taking on Post-Retirement Work

      Here's a fascinating article by Susan Hickman of Top Sixty Over Sixty. It's called Working is the New Retirement.

      In it, she shares some thoughtful ideas about working after retirement. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      These people may defy the rhetoric about ageing being a “burden.” But some countries are recognizing the value of the skills and experience acquired by older workers, who can mentor younger ones, job share or fill positions where specific knowledge is lacking.

      Have a look at the full article for more of the author’s insights.

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    19. How a Trio of Tragedies Couldn't Stop Cynthia Howland

      How a Trio of Tragedies Couldn't Stop Cynthia Howland

      Losing your job, mother, and partner in the span of 4 weeks can be hard to imagine, but that's exactly what happened to Cynthia Howland. On her article published on Sizzling Towards Sixty, she shares about it how she moved on from these tragedies. It really piqued our interest. It’s called Get Your Mojo Back and Thrive!

      In it, she shares some really thoughtful insights. Here’s one of them:

      Having said that, I’m always looking forward to the next thing. It’s in my DNA. Always watching for the next evolution of me, not because something ...

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    20. Handling Divorce as an Older Woman

      Handling Divorce as an Older Woman

      Came across this fascinating piece from Sixty and Me and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled 5 Strategies for Moving On After a Divorce as an Older Woman.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Moving on after a divorce requires you to broaden your perspective on your place in the world. It’s important to express YOUR goals, YOUR, life and YOUR passions.

      If you want more, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

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    21. How To Make Some Extra Money in Retirement

      How To Make Some Extra Money in Retirement

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from The Penny Hoarder. The author had it titled 14 Flexible Side Jobs for Seniors.

      It gives us some interesting ideas for some money-making enterprise we could do in retirement. Here's the list:

      1. Take Online Surveys
      2. Watch Videos Through This App
      3. Drive for Lyft
      4. Deliver Food
      5. Rent Out Your Extra Room
      6. Offer to Babysit
      7. Housesit
      8. Sell Your Art on Artsy
      9. Write Greeting Cards
      10. Get Paid to Loose Weight
      11. Clean Out Your Closet
      12. Participate in Clinical Trials
      13. Find Flexible Work-from-Home Jobs for Seniors
      14. Enter a Writing Contest

      Give the rest of this interesting article for ...

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    22. The Nuances of Moving Closer To Your Grown Child

      The Nuances of Moving Closer To Your Grown Child

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Forbes. It’s titled Should You Move Near Your Grown Child When You Retire?

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      The Why? is the easy question — you want to be close to your family so you won’t miss out on all the fun birthdays, graduations and smaller life celebrations, like a grandchild’s first soccer goal or spelling bee. But what you really want to be thinking about are the days and weeks in between those events.

      The better question to ask upfront, experts ...

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    23. Moving Forward In the Face of Confronting Your Fears

      Moving Forward In the Face of Confronting Your Fears

      Our fight or flight mechanism jumps out at us when we're suddenly faced with our fears. Here's an awesome article that we found on the subject from Foward Steps Blog. It's called Facing Your Fears for Achieving Your Goals.

      In it, Thea Westra shares some fascinating points. Here's one that's thought-provoking:

      Teach your body to release chemicals and brain signals that make your muscles and organs slow down and increase blood flow to the brain.

      Check out what else she has to say by clicking on the link below...

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