Category Archives: Networking

Our interview by blogger JudiBoomergirl

“70Candles!” Shares Advice on Positive Aging Posted on May 18, 2016 by Judi life after 50, over 50, retirement, baby boomer women, baby boomers Last month, The New York Times journalist Jane Brody wrote an article about “Thriving at Age … Continue reading

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Reaching out to women in the SF Bay Area

Paula,  Age 74 This month I rejoined the world of many of you who walk this journey. I departed from a retirement job of 16 years.  Like all things the job and I had changed and I am moving on. … Continue reading

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What’s missing?

Bunny,  Age 70 Today is Sunday. After getting bored with FB I decided to google, ‘Info for women over 70’ and to my surprised you guys appeared.  I am thrilled. I was born, raised, educated and continue to live in … Continue reading

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Seek out activities

Wendy Tavendale,  Age 68   I have just had my first anniversary of retirement. The first year has disappeared very fast. I loved my job as Finance Manager of a social service agency, and I thought I would be there … Continue reading

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Navigating the years ahead

Anonymous,  Age 69   Dear 70 Candles How inspiring to find a location to “hobnob” with my fellow wizards. I recently turned 69. I am looking at a number of large changes in my life and navigating the years ahead … Continue reading

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How might Susann spend her time?

Anonymous,  Age 70 Susann is a bright and physically strong 70 yr old woman.  She is opinionated but compassionate – she works well with the elderly and loves caring for her grandchildren – reading, instructing, and helping them stay fit. … Continue reading

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Seeking advice

Anonymous,  Age 69 I want to know how l can get on this mailing list to read about and get some advice on turning 70 and aging!  I am 70 in the fall!

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Getting your 70Candles! book

Elena,  Age 71 I am reading the book 70 things to do when you turn 70 and in chapter 10 I found out about your blog and your book will be getting it soon. About your 70gatherings in PA…where and … Continue reading

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Open to suggestions

Anonymous,  Age 70 I turned 70 recently, and that thought visits me more often than I would have expected. Neither good nor bad, it just jumps into my consciousness, and makes me stop and reset my head, so to speak. … Continue reading

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Our book is here!

70Candles! Women Thriving in Their 8th Decade by Jane Giddan & Ellen Cole—Available now! We are proud to announce the arrival of our book, 70Candles! Women Thriving in Their 8th Decade. It’s offered by Taos Institute Publishing and is available … Continue reading

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