Show my shoulders at age 66? No way! But then again, I decided, why not? One of the things we deal with as we age is the dreaded battle with gravity seemingly everywhere on our body, but especially the neck. I have hated my neck since I hit the age of 50. And to make … More Dare To Bare….
As I continue to have fun with adding new pieces to my existing wardrobe, one of my favorite pieces is fast becoming hats. There are so many wonderful ways to change up your look by just adding a hat here or a hat there. Recently, I did get sticker shock when I went online to … More Sunday best…On a Dime!
One of my blog categories will now focus on fashion fun for ladies over 50. As I noted in my last blog,”Change Up for 25 Bucks and Under, https://retiredandsmiling.com/2018/05/23/change-up-for-25-bucks-and-under/ as a Senior citizen, it is my endeavor to have some fun with fashion without breaking the bank. I am finding it is so easy to do. … More Fashion Fun on a Budget…
One of the big perks for me in moving to Atlanta has been hanging out and shopping with my daughter-in-law. To say that she is moving me out of my safe and comfortable fashion sense is an understatement. For me, living in T-shirts in the summer and sweatshirts in the Winter has been my norm. … More Change Up for 25 Bucks and Under….
It seems of late that the whole Mother’s Day celebration is building a bit more each year. This one day is turning into a day of joyous celebration, deep pain or total indifference for many. Where you stand on it, most often, is driven by your current state of experiences. For me, last year was … More Mother’s Day….Love it or Leave it!
Let’s face it, change is not easy. It is not easy for us as young people with the whole world ahead of us, and it is certainly not easy as we age. In fact as an over 65 Senior, it can be quite daunting. There are so many ways to talk ourselves out of moving … More 5 Eyeopeners I Have Learned in Moving Across the Country As A Senior Citizen
Since I made this move to Atlanta, I have pretty much immersed myself into the routine of caring for my granddaughter five days a week. While it has been a delightful and wonderful experience, we have recently undergone a new milestone. She now has a Nanny share experience two days a week, where we drop … More A Shift in My Time….