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Getting older is nothing we should be regretting, but rejoicing
... so embrace every year!

Getting older with a little help from my friends

I realized I was getting old when I was told by a punk, a whippersnapper, a mere child, that I qualified for the Goodwill senior discount. Over and over. Repeatedly.

And louder, please. Because I couldn’t hear him the first time.
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I'm 57, and These Are the 3 Trends I will and Won't Wear

After turning 50, as always, I wanted to dress stylishly, with a little bit of edge, but chic. Now that I'm 57, comfort is at the top of my list. I don’t like to think too much about what to put on. I look for timeless pieces that work for my on-the-go lifestyle and love mixing them with a few trendy pieces, that reflect my own personal style. If it makes you feel fabulous, wear it!

How to Keep the Sexual Tension Alive in Your Relationship

New relationship energy is a term sex nerds use to describe the initial feelings of falling in love. But here’s the thing about new relationship energy: it fades. The butterflies settle. Those who used to inspire them eventually will become the face of your bedroom routine. And capturing the same sexual high you experienced in the beginning of things can become a bit tricky.

Best Volunteer Abroad Programs for Grown Ups

If you’re looking for your next challenge in life, then volunteer work abroad for grown ups is a great place to start, and often not as daunting as you might first expect! IVHQ has thousands of travelers that volunteer abroad over 40, 50 and 60+ years old every year, all with their own unique skills and knowledge.

It's Never Too Late to Start Exercising

Good news for those of us who have yet to jump on the gym bandwagon (or treadmill.) A new study published in JAMA Network Open found that taking up regular exercise as an adult reduces your risk of death from all causes and cardiovascular diseases at about the same rate as people who’ve been exercising regularly since adolescence, compared to people who are inactive.

This year, we gave it up: sold the bike, our jackets and helmets. It’s a decision we made together, just as seamlessly as we’d leaned into that first curve. At 52 and 57, it felt like time.

I am surrounded by people who say things like “You’re only as old as you feel!” and “Fifty is the new 35.” I disagree.

When did restaurants get so noisy? Finding a place that suits your taste now

People over 50 are part of an age bracket that spends more than $4,000 a year on dining out, according to the Pew Research Center.

Yet, as you get older, what you want in a restaurant changes. Before you have kids, you’ll put up with waiting for a table, especially if the restaurant is the hottest place in town.

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