Today’s news for women over 50

Today's News for Women

Happy Wednesday, everyone!  Welcome to Today’s news for women over 50!

On this day, I curate lifestyle news together for you which may educate, inspire and encourage you throughout your week.

More and more readers are now writing that Today’s news for women over 50 is their favorite post of the week.

Those comments keep me working on your behalf.

So, please get a warm morning beverage, and settle in a cozy spot to enjoy Today’s News for women…created just for you!

TODAY’S NEWS FOR WOMEN: HEALTHY LIVING

Today's News for Women

Eating Well: This is the best time of day to exercise if you struggle to make it a habit

NBC NewsDrinking tea may lower the risks of diabetes, heart disease and death, mounting research shows

Eat This, Not That: 7 sneaky habits that slow down aging

AARP: What your eye color can say about your health

Eating WellThis sneaky habit could be getting in the way of your weight loss efforts

Good Morning America: New robbery trend known as jugging is on the rise

PreventionHere is exactly how to use a kettlebell for the most effective workouts

The ConversationWhy are some people mosquito magnets and others unbothered

CNN: Study finds potential link between daily multivitamin and improved cognition in older adults

Travel Awaits: How I’m Adjusting To A Slower Pace In Retirement

 

TODAY’S NEWS FOR WOMEN: HOME

Today's News for Women

House Digest David Bromstad’s kitchen cabinet tip that makes your home look more lux

CNN: How to dry laundry sustainably according to experts (This one made me smile…see if you can guess why)

Architectural Digest: Grasscloth, Faux Finishes, and 7 Other Underrated Decor Ideas Pros Love

The Kitchn: We Just Found a New, Unexpected Use for Aluminum Foil

Better Homes & Gardens 8 eye-catching kitchen island decor ideas and 17 budget-friendly backsplash ideas that only look expensive

Better Homes & Gardens (But wait there is one more from BHG):  Effortlessly upgrade your home with these easy fall decorating ideas

TODAY’S NEWS FOR WOMEN: IN THE KITCHEN

Today's News for Women

Williams Sonoma: Loaded Potato Skins

Eating Well: 21 comfort food dinners high in protein

The Tasting Table: What to look for when buying garlic

Southern Living: 7 ways to make homemade tomato sauce even better

Kirbie’s Kravings: 3 Ingredient No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies (No Flour, Eggs, Added Sugar or Butter)

Six Sisters Stuff: Pumpkin Pull Apart Breakfast Bread Recipe

Eating Well6 soups you should be making and not buyingand 20 creamy soups you will want to make all fall

Plant Powered: 22 easy vegetarian dinners you will make forever

Better Homes & Gardens: Vegetarian Recipes that showcase the season. (I would eat these anytime!)

TODAY’S NEWS FOR WOMEN: FASHION & BEAUTY

Today's news for women

The latest fashion news for you is also found in new fall collections at:

IRIS APFEL COLLECTION ON HSN

Talbot’s

JJILL

Chico’s

Anthropologie

Ann Taylor

Nordstrom

JCP

The Spokesman ReviewJCPenney ready to replace Sephora in hundreds of stores

 

TODAY’S NEWS FOR WOMEN: THE FUN SIDE

Today's News for Women

Cleveland Magazine: Behind Christian Siriano’s Renovation of the Inn of Chagrin Falls

CNN: King Charles: How Duchy Originals became a top organic food brand 

The Ethel5 things you need to know before your travel with a sister or a bestie

New Jersey DigestWhere to go for apple picking

Best Life: Why Jimmy Stewart Wouldn’t Work With This Co-Star Again

Tasting Table: Starbucks stores in Target and Kroger are changing in a major way

Travel Awaits9 fantastic dark sky parks in Michigan perfect for stargazing

Those are the headlines today, ladies, for Today’s News for Women over 50.  Please share your thoughts on any of these.

Thank you for being here and I hope your join me tomorrow as we officially begin my favorite season…FALL (or Autumn, whichever you prefer)….

KEEP SMILING!

By Pamela Lutrell

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7 Comments

  1. Several interesting articles, as always. Really great news about tea! I am a long-time tea drinker. I brew my own tea. I’ve never cared for the taste of the bottled teas as they are too sweet. I have taken a multivitamin for women over 50 for many years. My physician approves as it has several minerals that most of us don’t get in the foods we eat. Because I love decorating for fall, I always enjoy seeing fun decorating ideas.

  2. I bet the article about dryer alternatives made you smile at the look of that outdoor clothes line with fluttering sheets. Me too! Even as a fairly little girl getting into bed with freshly dried outdoor sheets was a treat I relished! They smelled sooooo good! I am going to look into a clothes line again for my back yard in So CAl. Thanks for these great articles. I use the Laundress products and still do a fair amount of hand laundry and ironing. I like to iron. I know! Very weird.

    1. My mother liked to iron and she liked to hang clothing out to dry. I can remember standing by a basket of wet clothes and handing them to her as she hung them on the line. She also ironed sheets. I have never had a desire to do that. Thanks for sharing Mary!

  3. I loved learning about mosquitos! I am a magnet for them, but my father could stand in the midst of a mosquito swarm and never be bitten. Lucky him! My husband put up a clothes line for two summers ago, and I just love it. It reminds me of my mom, and it saves us a LOT of electricity ($$$). I don’t yet do the air dryer thing, but my daughter does, so maybe sometime … I’ll think about it over my tenth cup of tea – LOL. Thanks for another great Wednesday, Pam.

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