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When my husband, Howard, turned 60 this fall, I gave him a trip to Berlin. Rivaling London and Paris, the German capital has emerged as a mecca for food, historical sightseeing (of course) and fashion.
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At 86, distance runner Joy Johnson was a remarkable athlete.
Autumn leaves
The leaves of the maple trees have turned an iridescent gold along the Oregon coast and in the inland woods, suggesting that each leaf shines from an inner glow generated by the sun. Among them in perfect harmony are the deep reds of the amber leaves, adding to the chromatic mix that creates the beauty of nature's clock, ticking off the days to winter.
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Boots are our seasonal obsession. Those of us 50-plus with heavy legs hate when sales people say, "Athletic muscular legs are hot; look at Beyonce and Serena Williams." Or, "They'll stretch, leather gives," or "let me help you get those off." Unlike tummies, you can't suck in big calves or cankles (shapeless ankles) with heavy-duty Spanx and because genes are mostly to blame, diet and workouts won't help either. Still, you can find boots to fit, no matter your shape. So get ready to splurge, these five chic boot solutions are worth it.
Target Red Pumps
I love shoes. But finding really fabulous styles for women over 50 can sometimes be frustrating, and very expensive.
Michael Kors fashion show
Fashion is in big trouble. Labor Day is over and we're just getting the itch to shop ... maybe. After all, what's in it for us?
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When it comes to calories, soup is such a bargain that even during the summer months, I hate to give it up. But now that cold weather is returning, I can easily delve into my repertoire of filling soups for delicious and satisfying meals.
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So what cool new health research came out this week? There's some spiffy ideas out there that could help older folks live longer and safer at home. Interestingly enough, all this elegant tech is designed to make mundane life easier. Simply put, it's hard to make life "normal" and "everyday." But still we try.
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