Today’s News for Women Over 50

Today's News

Happy Wednesday!  Wow…this week is flying by!  Thank you for being here and joining me for Today’s News for Women Over 50.

This is the day when I curate news headlines from around the web which I believe may be of interest to you.

So, let’s get started with today’s positive news! 


Today's news

For the first time in 19 years, Project Runway took four women designers to New York Fashion Week.

Sometimes, I do not agree with the winning selections, but this time I did.   All four collections were beautiful.

Here are two places to read about the winner, and if you want to watch the complete finale, go to  THE OFFICIAL SITE FOR PROJECT RUNWAY.

From CNN,  Shantall Lacayo wins ‘Project Runway’ season 19

From Elle Magazine, ‘Project Runway’ Season 19, Episode 14 Recap: Who Won

Also, from Fashion Week news, CNN brings us a story from the Valentino Runway: “Wider idea of beauty:” Valentino embraces gray-haired and average size models


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Healthy living can encompass many types of stories in today’s news.

Here is what I found for you this week: 

From mgblifestyle: Craving Healthy Hair Growth? Do this before you shower

From The Cleveland Clinic: How high cholesterol affects your eyes

From MSN: 10 Anti-Inflammatory MIND diet recipes that are full of brain boosting benefits


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I look for today’s news in articles which may help you to freshen your living space.  Here are the headlines:

From Apartment TherapyJoanna Gaines just bought a massive 26 year old staghorn fern (What is she doing with it?)

From 15 clever ways you should be using coffee grounds around the house (I am going to start doing some of these this week!)

From Quartz: Bed Bath and Beyond tried decluttering and shoppers rebelled

From Better Homes & Gardens: 9 retro color trends making a major comeback


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Well, I love to look at new ways to make traditional dishes and new ways to feed my a healthy body.

In Today’s News:

Beans are the food of the moment and getting much attention.  I know I have added more to our diet.

From The Des Moines Register: From the Dietitian: Four reasons to incorporate beans into your diet

From Serious Eats: Why you should soak beans in a salt and baking soda brine before cooking

And how to make an old favorite better:

From Yardbarker, Why you need to add these 20 ingredients to your grilled cheese immediately


Today's news

Today’s News for lifestyle includes a little motivation with relationships as well as an update on someone we probably all know.

From INC: 3 easy ways to. make people like you that are backed by science

Her television character was cute, joyful, and she is now taking it to the kitchen.

From  Lauren Tewes from The Love Boat is 68 and serves up smiles as a chef

That is it for today, ladies!  Please feel free to comment on one or all of the articles and I hope you found something helpful to you here.

Thanks so much for stopping by and make sure that you always…..


By Pamela Lutrell


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  1. You do find interesting articles! I got a couple new ideas for grilled cheese…many things there that I have done including using mayo instead of butter on the outside, but there were some ideas I’ll have to try, like avocado and jalapenos. The scalp article interested me due to having had a real issue with my hair falling out from the onslaught of stress in my life over the last year. Things have calmed down and it’s not doing this any longer, but I’m going to incorporate the scalp massage regardless.

  2. Hi Karen, so glad you are finding the article interesting. I loved the grilled cheese ideas and want to try a couple myself. Thanks for being here!

  3. I eat beans every day, and find the easiest way to incorporate them was not mentioned in the bean article: putting garbanzo beans on a salad. We also love an Italian white bean, spinach and pasta soup with rosemary. And I’ve never had a bad bowl of chili, which is the easiest thing in the world to make vegetarian. I sub in mushrooms for the meat, and put a can of refried beans in to thicken it. Best news is that I haven’t seen bean prices succumb to inflation like meat has … at least not yet. Glad to see a staple in our vegetarian diets get some journalism attention.

  4. Hi Pam, I took a mental health day today and I am enjoying the articles you put together for us today. Thank you for taking the time to compile all of them, great collection!

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