Piano Lesson 30: Raise a Pint for St. Patrick’s Day Songs!
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by Gaili Schoen
12h ago
Welcome to Lesson 30! Today we continue learning Irish Songs for St. Paddy’s Day or any time of the year. The Irish have a tradition of beautiful melodic music that speaks to both the pain and pleasures, the misery and the magic in life. While last lesson we started playing Molly Malone, a boisterous drinking song from the famously fun pubs of the Emerald Isle, today we will add The Moreen, a more subdued piece, to your Irish repertoire. [NOTE: If you are just joining us for the first time, you can find my previous Sixty and Me Free Piano Lessons on my Author page. You can join our lessons an ..read more
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10 Denim Dresses for Older Ladies
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by Sandra Roussy
12h ago
In the fast-paced world of fashion, certain styles stand the test of time, transcending trends to become enduring classics. One such timeless and versatile wardrobe staple that has seamlessly made its way through generations is the denim dress. CUPSHE Denim Short Sleeve Button Down Cover-Up Dress – This casual denim dress is made of super soft fabric with a little stretch. Liz Claiborne Short Sleeve Midi Shirt Dress – This stylish and comfy 100% cotton dress features a belted closure, split crew neck, two side slip pockets, and short fitted sleeves. Belted Long Sleeve Denim Shirt Dress – Nor ..read more
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10 Factors Influencing Emotional Eating
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by Marion Holt
1d ago
Emotional eating, the act of consuming food in response to emotional triggers rather than physical hunger, is influenced by various psychological factors. Understanding these factors is crucial for unraveling the complex relationship between emotions and eating behavior. Emotional eating usually develops gradually, influenced by a variety of emotional and psychological factors. It often begins as a seemingly innocent response to occasional emotional discomfort or stress. At first, it may provide a temporary sense of relief or distraction from negative emotions. For instance, after a particula ..read more
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5 Steps to Sell Your Business
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by Steve Juetten
2d ago
It may not have been on your mind the day you started your business, but one day you’ll exit it. If you’re at the point in your business life-cycle where you’re starting to think about an exit, selling a business may seem overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be. Here are the five steps to make the transition efficiently and effectively. Set Transition Goals Stephen Covey first coined the phrase “start with the end in mind” in his book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. When planning your business exit, this is excellent advice. First, ask yourself why you want to leave your business? Ar ..read more
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The Gift Women Really Need
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by Marie Burns
3d ago
When I shared the first draft of my financial checklist book with a publisher years ago, his reaction surprised me. “This is a ‘honey, I love you’ book!” he said. “I am going to get this book for my wife for Valentine’s Day and tell her that my gift will be to get everything on the checklist completed for her so that she won’t have to worry.” Wow, I thought, that really is a loving husband. Beyond Valentine’s Day Whether it is gift giving in the month of love (like Valentine’s Day in February) or another time of year for birthday, anniversary, or another gift giving celebration, maybe it’s ti ..read more
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Didn’t Feel Any Spark on the First Date? Try These 7 Tips
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by Michele Burghardt
3d ago
One of the most common complaints I hear from my coaching clients about first dates is that they didn’t feel any chemistry. So often we expect it to feel like a bolt of lightning like you see in the movies. We forget, we live in real life, not in a movie. Can it happen? Sure. But realize that this is more likely a chemical reaction rather than an emotional connection. It’s a love vs. lust concept. If you don’t feel that sizzle as soon as you meet someone, it doesn’t mean there won’t ever be any chemistry between you two. It simply means it may need time to develop. Most women don’t realize th ..read more
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The Bonds of Women’s Friendships: A Testament to Strength, Support, and Lifelong Evolution
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by Diane Bruno
4d ago
Friendship is a cornerstone of the human connection, offering companionship, support, and shared experiences that enrich our lives. The friendship bonds between women stand out as resilient and profound. From childhood playmates to lifelong soulmates, the friendships forged among women often serve as sources of strength through life’s challenges and celebrations. The Power of Female Friendships Women’s friendships are a unique blend of empathy, understanding, and shared experiences. These connections often transcend mere companionship, evolving into deep bonds built on trust, compassion, and ..read more
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Feeling Stuck? Unlock the Answers Within
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by Sherry Bronson
4d ago
I collect magazines. It doesn’t matter how old or out of date they are, as long as they have pictures, they work for me. Friends know about my penchant and pass on their publications when they’ve finished with them. I’ve amassed a stunning variety, and they just keep coming.  Bear with Me, There’s a Method to My Madness In one of the self-help books I devoured during my tormented 50s, I came across the idea of a vision board as a tool to help sort through troubling emotions, hard decisions, or the confusion of too many options. I was instantly intrigued. The process was broken down into ..read more
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2024 Activewear Trends – for the Active Woman Over 50           
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by Sandra Roussy
4d ago
Ever wondered about the latest trends in activewear? Whether you’re revamping your workout wardrobe or just aiming for comfort on the go, activewear is a major player right now. It’s not confined to the gym or yoga studio – it’s a lifestyle. Bold Colors – Activewear collections will be loud and bold in 2024! Neons, bold graphics, and even animal prints were seen on the runways. Sustainable and Recycled Fabrics – Almost all apparel categories are now offering sustainable production products and recycled fabrics, this includes the activewear category as well. Wide Leg Pants – Flare pants have ..read more
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7 Reasons to Choose a Mountain Holiday Over a Beach Break
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by Jackie Parsons
5d ago
What sort of person are you? Introverted? Sociable? More of a thinker than an extrovert? And do any of those personality traits have any bearing on what sort of holidays you take? Search online and you’ll find multiple quizzes to determine whether your personality is more suited to the mountains or beach. Apparently, mountain lovers are more reserved, seek isolation, and tend to be more of a listener than a talker. The author, Jackie Parsons, Hedonistic Hiking Naturally, quizzes like these are just a bit of fun and may have no bearing on our personality. While pristine blue water and golden s ..read more
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