Today’s News for Women Over 50

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Happy Wednesday, ladies!  Welcome to my weekly featured called Today’s News for Women Over 50.

As you might imagine, the next two weeks are a little slower with lifestyle news, but should pick up for the new year.

Today’s news lifestyle headlines are curated by me in one place to make it easier for all of you lovely ladies over 50.

I try to pay attention to the types of headlines you like most, so I can bring you more of it.

But, please share, if you are looking for specific information.

But today, we have book releases, home decor, recipes…and thinking cozy!

So, grab a very warm beverage (I know some are bitterly cold out there) and a blanket…then let’s read today’s news.


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Eating Well : 17 Cozy Casseroles That Are High in Fiber and Our Top Recipe for 2022 (Chicken Enchiladas)and 6 Soups You Should Be Making and Not Buying

Taste of Home : 30 Italian Christmas Cookies Nonnas Love | Taste of Home

Stacy Lyn Harris : 22 Breakfast Recipes

Food and Wine : Short Rib Chili

Plant Powered : Christmas Breakfast Casserole

Southern LivingCrispy Smashed Brussel Sprouts

CopyKat : Easy Tomato Basil Soup (La Madeleine Copycat)


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Home Digest : Home Features That Are Out Of Style, According To HGTV’s Property Brothers

Better Homes & Gardens : 13 Design Ideas for a Midcentury Homeand How Often Should You Paint Your House?

House & GardenA London house with influences of the British countryside, tropical Brazil and Bauhaus

Southern Living : If you use plates as wall decor, you probably have a Southern Grandma

Architectural Digest 11 Cozy Living Rooms Ideas from designers


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EW.comThe best 25 Christmas albums of all time

USA Today: ‘1923’ Duttons: How Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren fit in ‘Yellowstone’

Southern Living : Dolly Parton Meets Little Girl From Florida Who Learned To Read Braille Thanks To The Imagination Library and The Book Releases of 2023 We’re Most Looking Forward To

The Discoverer: 5 of the most luxurious train rides


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Better Homes & Gardens : How to remove stains from shoes

Who What Wear : Put a Hold on Your Next Pedicure Until You Screenshot These Rising Color Trends

MSN : Stuck for thin-hair inspiration? Here’s 17 short hairstyles to show your stylist

Now, here is a slideshow with some headlines in sweaters….

Thank you for being here for Today’s News for Women over 50!  Please leave any comments you might be thinking…..and throughout a cold, stressful week, remember to…..


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  1. I remember as a kid having Italian cookies from all the Nonnas in my life. I looked forward to those cookies every year. And if you were lucky enough to get some of Mrs. Ciolino’s cookies it was a real treat. She was the best italian cookie maker of them all. I still have italian cookies at Christmas time but mostly they come form a local Italian bakery. Maybe I should try my hand at some of those recipes, next year!

  2. The Dolly Parton and Kelly Clarkson video was so dear. Both women teach us how to be kinder and gentler people. “I once was blind but now I see” – wow! Tears on that one!
    Merry Christmas, Pam! God bless!

  3. I was interested in the Brussels sprouts recipe since it is how I like to prepare baby red potatoes, albeit with more herbs. I have always roasted Brussels sprouts and they are one of my favorite vegetables. I’ll try this method since I know how wonderful it is with the potatoes. True comfort food!

  4. I love Brussel Sprouts too and I am going to try this one in January! I agree…so good!

  5. Donna – Why wait till next year? Why don’t you try those recipes in January or March?

  6. I can’t believe that you did all this research in the midst of your Christmas preparations. Thanks so much for all you do!

  7. Thanks for a special year of sharing joy, fashion and other ideas. A Merry Christmas and Blessed New Year.

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