CONTACT INFORMATION

© Living Well 60+ Magazine - All rights reserved | Design by PurplePatch Innovations

MORE FROM ROCKPOINT PUBLISHING

LIVING WELL 60+ MAGAZINE

HOME | FEATURE ARTICLES | COLUMN ARTICLES | DIGITAL ISSUES | CALENDAR | DIRECTORY | ABOUT | CONTACT

subscribe to living Well 60+Look Out for Your Eyes

LOOK OUT FOR YOUR EYES

As you begin making your resolution to be healthier this new year, don’t leave out two of the most important parts of your body: your eyes.

Memory Care Neighborhood Enhances Quality of Life Have the Talk of a Lifetime

YOUR AD HERE

ANOTHER AD HERE

273X285

273X285

LATEST COLUMN ARTICLES

AGE ALLOWS

FUNERAL

FAMILY VISION

THE SEARCH FOR SENIOR LIVING

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Friends,

What will you check off your bucket list in 2018? A trip to an exotic locale? An adventure such as bungee jumping or skydiving? Perhaps you want to publish your memoirs or take a class in photography or learn how to paint. As we get older, we begin to realize time is running out and if there are things we want to do, we’d better do them now. Fortunately,

more people are living more healthily and longer these days, so they may believe they have time to get to each item on that list. However, we never know when the sand in our hourglasses will finally trickle out. That’s why we encourage you to continue Living Well 60+ so you can have the opportunity to cross one or more items off your bucket list. What’s on my list? I’d like to travel to Vienna, Austria, to see the Lipizzaner stallions at the Spanish Court Riding School. I want to go to Hawaii. I have several manuscripts I want to get published. And for all its fires and faults, I can’t imagine not living in California, for a while at least. The beauty of a bucket list is that you learn your dreams are limitless – and possible. I hope you find the courage (and in some cases the funds) to do some of the things on your bucket list this year. Let us know if you do!.

Live life like you mean it!

Tanya

Meet the Editor and Authors of Living Well 60+ Magazine

EDITOR & AUTHORS

RECENT FEATURE ARTICLES

Comedy Can Be a Prescription for Retirement Wellness

COMEDY CAN BE A PRESCRIPTION FOR RETIREMENT WELLNESS

I was in the audience wondering what to expect from the large group of retirees slowly gathering on stage.

HAVE THE TALK  OF A LIFETIME

It’s a new year!  For many people that means life starts over.  It’s a time to try to live better, be more organized, and complete tasks that perhaps were overlooked....

MEMORY CARE NEIGHBORHOOD ENHANCES QUALITY OF LIFE

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in nine people age 65 and older has Alzheimer’s disease.

Pre-planning Life Celebration

RERIREMENT

PRE-PLANNING LIFE CELEBRATION

Who will notify family and friends? Have you discussed the type of visitation, funeral or memorial service you’d like to have with anyone? Do you know what casket or...

French Food Can Be Down to Earth

THE FOOD DUDE

FRENCH FOOD CAN BE DOWN TO EARTH

If you’d like a magnificent, hearty alternative to what many people consider “fancy French food,” consider some of the earthier dishes France has to offer.

Modified Moves, Maximum Results

HEALTH & FITNESS

MODIFIED MOVES, MAXIMUM RESULTS

Across the country, a growing number of YMCAs offer Enhance®Fitness, an evidence-based group exercise program for older adults that uses simple,…

Maintenance is the Key to Midsummer Gardening

GARDENING

MAINTENANCE IS THE KEY TO MIDSUMMER GARDENING

By this time of year, you should be seeing some returns on your efforts at vegetable gardening.

www.purplepatchinnovations.com

IT’S TIME TO GET

ABOUT YOUR

ONLINE PRESENCE

WEB DESIGN

WEB HOSTING

SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT

WEB HOSTING

ADVICE FOR YOUR BUCKET LIST

Do you know what a bucket list is? Most people think it is a list of things you want to do before you die. A typical guess is people want to visit a particular place before dying.

READ FULL ARTICLE

JAN/FEB 2018

REDUCE STRESS, INCREASE ENJOYMENT FOR A HAPPY 2018

Family caregivers provide practical assistance and enhance the quality of life for frail seniors who might otherwise require placement in a long-term-care facility.

READ FULL ARTICLE

JAN/FEB 2018