The Best of Everythng After 50

Finding the Perfect Glasses for Your Perfect Face!

Who said reading glasses had to be frumpy? Since entering my 50′s, I’ve had to keep a 6x magnifying mirror adhered to my bathroom mirror so I don’t end up . . . Read More

Read the Report: Women, Health, Aging and Money

It seems we’re living in a country that penalizes women for: Taking time out of their own lives and careers to care for others Getting older Living longer than men . . . Read More

Kale: The Answer to Just About . . . Everything?

I just read the FUNNIEST article on slate.com which simply must be shared.  But first, here’s a short blog I wrote last year about my addiction.

Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day

ad-dic-tion: the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma. . . . Read More

Are Marketers Still Ignoring the 50+ Demographic?

While marketers do continue to specifically target the “youth of America” — those who are between 18 and 34 — there seems to be a change in the wind . . . . Read More

What Does Growing Bolder Mean to You?

I was a repeat guest on the GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW recently, with hosts Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer. In case you missed it . . . just click on . . . Read More

How Can You Have the Best of Everything?

It’s simple: Love yourself. Love your life.

Would You Use Crisco On Your Face??

Your kitchen is a veritable treasure trove of health and beauty staples. Have some plain yogurt with a “sell date” that was two weeks ago? Don’t throw it out! It’s . . . Read More

Move Your Body!!!

Washington Post writer Esther Cepeda interviewed me last week for this article about women and fitness.  The real question she had was this: Why are Americans so out-of-shape?

The Only Three Must-Haves for Perfect Summer Legs

Having legs that are summer-ready are a lot easier than you think.  All you need are these three things: Sugar: Exfoliate your legs by putting a little bit of plain . . . Read More

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