Today’s News for Women Over 50

Todays News for Women Over 50 on Over 50 Feeling 40

I promise we are getting back to fashion this week, ladies, but let’s first see what is in Today’s News for Women Over 50.  There is a little bit of shopping news, healthy eating news, and state of mind news I have located on various sites around the world wide web.  I curate what I believe will be of interest to you and put it in one news post here that is just for you!


Today's News for Women over 50 on Over Thinking on over 50 feeling 40

Is to over think!  Right?  Women are best at this and during the past few months, I believe we have taken this to extremes.  So, from The Ladders read about THIS IS EXACTLY HOW OVERTHINKING IS DAMAGING YOUR WELL-BEING.


Pamela Lutrell discusses how she organizes her closet

Good Morning America shared an interesting report on the post-pandemic state of fashion.  I thought many of you would be interested to read FUTURE OF FASHION: WILL COVID-!9 CHANGE FASHION AS WE KNOW IT.


Retail changes on Over 50 Feeling 40

Speaking of changes with fashion and brands, AARP published this interesting followup this week about the mighty leaders in retail from the past.  You might find interesting, 15 ONCE-MIGHTY RETAILERS: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?


I happen to know more men with gout, but according to For Women First, it is a growing problem for women.  In case you are one of those, you might want to read 4 WAYS TO GET RID OF GOUT FOR GOOD…and, yes, the glass of milk above is one way.


Berries and Inflammation on over 50 Feeling 40

This is a really good list to have on hand if you are concerned about inflammation, particularly if you have arthritis.  Mr. B needs to keep this list close at hand.  If you are in the group as well, read from Parade Magazine, THE 20 BEST FOODS to REDUCE INFLAMMATION AND EASE ARTHRITIS PAIN.  


Benefits of Oatmeal on Over 50 Feeling 40

This is one of several articles I have seen lately with the same information, but this one included an actual dietitian’s advice.  I need to get better about breakfast.  Let me know what you think of this read from Well and Good, THE EASY, HIGH-FIBER BREAKFAST A DIETITIAN EATS EVERY MORNING.


Today's News for Women Over 50

Easily my favorite food…all year long!  I thought no-fail homemade ice cream was a great way to introduce you to this inspirational woman…Stacy Lynn Harris.  Go to her Youtube Channel HERE FOR THE HOMEMADE ICE CREAM.

Then go to her website for an EASY BERRY SAUCE recipe!  I think you will like her, the site and the food!

Yum…great way to end our headlines today…don’t you think?  Today’s Fabulous Finds slideshow is dedicated to summertime, savings and joy!  I have so much on the horizon for us.  Thanks for being here and always, always……………………………………………………………………………………..





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  1. Things are changing in the fashion industry. One retailer I know of has reopened with no dressing rooms open. Many fast fashion retailers have left their manufacturers overseas, particularly in Bangladesh, on the hook for orders that have already been filled or partially filled. This has been covered in various business publications. How can this go on? Other chains are seeking bankruptcy protection.

    The industry is failing, and many chains will not survive. Fast fashion has hit a fork in the road. It is not sustainable. We will pay more for clothing in future, but will the ethics of the industry change? Will quality over quantity return?

  2. Great comment, Binky. We will all be watching to see how this pans out.

  3. Thanks, Pam, for the great articles! I particularly enjoyed the one about the future of fashion as well as the one about the retailers that have closed. Seeing the pictures of Woolworth’s and Fotomat brought back fond memories. Yes, we do lose stores but new ones pop up too. The American entrepreneurial spirit always seems to move onward. I’m looking forward to seeing your new fashion finds next week!. Stay safe!

  4. You included several interesting articles today which I enjoyed. Since I have arthritis, and my husband has gout, I read through those articles which emphasized what we should or should not eat to help control that pain. But the most memorable article I found after reading through one of the others was about a new edible coating which apparently is now being used to keep avocados from ruining so quickly. It is called Apeel , and can coat fruits and vegetables to prevent oxidation which causes decay. As a retired science teacher, I was naturally curious about the substance, and pleased to hope it will be used in the future so our produce will last longer once brought home from the grocery store. I also read that if you freeze avocados once they are ripe, you can run warm water over them, and let them sit for 30 minutes on the counter. When you cut it, the color and taste are very good…going to try that hack.

  5. The article about the future of fashion was of particular interest to me. I’m sure that we will see many changes in the industry once the pandemic has passed. Much will depend on whether the attitudes and ethics of we, the consumers, change and where we are willing to put our dollars.

  6. Great information, Celia. I am going to research all of this since I LOVE avocados. Thanks so much

  7. I agree, Elaine. It will be interesting to watch this unfold from the consumer side. Thanks!

  8. Great articles, Pam. The only thing we can count on is change. Some things we will sadly have to say good bye to, but other things will emerge that we’ll love. I’m thinking fashion in the future, especially accessories will come with a coordinating mask! I’m invisioning a scarf with a mask tucked in the edge, aka, Arabian nights that one can swoop up to one’s face when in a crowd.

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