Today’s News for Women over 50

Today's News

It’s a fall Wednesday and welcome….to Today’s News for Women Over 50.

This is a weekly news letter curated just for the fabulous women over 50.

I search out lifestyle news around media world with information I believe may be of interest to you…educational and inspirational.

I do my best to keep it light and helpful.  You are always welcome to let me know what you like best or don’t care for…I am here to serve you!

I know some of you are in chilly weather this morning…so let’s get a warm beverage…soft blanket and read Today’s News.


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CNBC: This 45-year old’s lucrative side business with vintage buttons is making $39,000 a month

WBNS: Kohls, other retailers announce Thanksgiving closures

The biggest fashion news is found this week in new collections and styles:





Yahoo Life: 5 ways to manage your gray hair changing texture, according to stylists

LifeHacker How to shop the best Goodwill Online


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Southern Living: Erin and Ben Napier share their dream home in the Mississippi

Better Homes & Gardens: Farrow & Ball just released its first new colors in four years

Be More With Less: Declutter your kitchen by tossing these ten items

Cooking Light: 5 kitchen cleaning hacks you can do in your sleep

Better Homes & Gardens: How and when to plant spring bulbs

Architectural Digest: Step inside the Central Park homes of actress Lois Robbins

Better Homes & Gardens:  How to deal with sentimental items when de-cluttering


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Better Homes & Gardens: Will butter boards take over as the next big food trend?

365 Days of Slow + PressureThe Elvis Presley Cake

Mel’s Kitchen Cafe: Pumpkin bundt cake with warm vanilla cinnamon sauce

Eating Well: Ina Garten’s veggie packed fall appetizer has us running to our kitchens

Martha Stewart: Queen Elizabeth’s favorite Scottish pancake recipe

The Tasting Table: The best type of tortilla to use for enchiladas

Two Peas in a Pod: Teriyaki Chicken Meatballs

Plant Powered: Spaghetti & Spinach with sun-dried tomato cream sauce



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Huff Post: Too cold or dark outside to walk? Try these exercises instead

Very Well Fit: 5 sneakiest ways to boost your metabolism

Prevention Magazine: Valerie Bertinelli share inspiration update on fitness journey

Ny Times: A low-pressure guide to make strength training a habit

Sci Tech Daily: Diets high in processed fiber may increase cancer risk

The Ethel: The exercise that can lead to healthier aging


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Cosmopolitan: Queen Consort Camilla’s title may be changing…again

Today ShowMom giving birth to twins learns the nurses have the same names

Yahoo Finance: Retirees steer clear: These 15 states have the worst weather for living your best life

CNN: I first knew her as a teapot, but this Hollywood icon was everything in full color

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By Pamela Lutrell

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  1. Lots of good articles today! I was really interested in the recipes for being quick and easy, as well as sounding delicious. I’ll be making the spinach one this weekend. Naturally, I read with interest the gray hair article. My hair has not changed texture during this process so far, but I’ve been using natural products for years so maybe that’s why. I wish I had stopped coloring years ago, but am sure embracing this now! The weekly deep conditioning is something I’ll do, that technically is good for anyone, color or not. The article on Valerie Bertinelli was inspiring.

  2. Good morning! So many lovely articles. I love Keds, had no idea they now make a camp boot, which I must check out. Love the Napier’s new home and am going to try the denture tabs for descaling the stainless steel coffee carafe and my stainless-steel water bottle. If people use them for their dentures, they should be safe for drinking vessels. If you or any of your readers have tried that J. Jill Tumbled Corduroy Jacket, I would like to know how it fits. The navy color looks beautiful, but not sure if the back is too flowy and would allow an updraft. 🙂 Thanks for collating all this information.

  3. I enjoyed the Martha Stewart & Talbot’s collections, although most of Martha’s items are bit too oversized for my taste. I decluttered most of those things when I refreshed my kitchen last year. I wanted everything organized when I put things in my new cabinets. I was surprised at some of the cities to avoid in retirement. I was so sad to learn of Angela Lansbury’s passing. She was a wonderful actress, & a lady of dignity & class. Thanks for providing us with a variety of articles.

  4. Happy Wednesday, Pam. I get plenty of exercise but am trying to push up my step count still. In the meantime, the chair exercises for beginners look fun. I did a couple and think they’ll be great to do while watching television in the evening. I’m not sure I can exercise and read but exercise and TV doesn’t demand a lot.

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