A revolutionary co-housing project hatched in Hackney and bankrolled by 40 people’s retirement cash has been set up – but it’s a bit of a commute.
It’s hard to start any article written on the day I turn 60 without resorting to clichés and platitudes, so I thought I’d try a different approach. After spending a fair amount of time reflecting on life on a recent sojourn to Greece, I thought that I’d actualise some of those reflections and put myself on the casting sofa and attempt a few ‘Q&As to self’
Read the full story here: Campfire Bugle: Reflections of life at 60 : Q&As to self
In the last 20 years, photojournalist Paola Gianturco has documented women’s lives in 62 countries and created five philanthropic books that celebrate and advocate for women around the world. We met over a long lunch this winter, to discuss her work and many things grandmother-related.
Read the full story here: Grandmother Power | Daily Good
Diarmaid Fitzpatrick, 70, semi-retired, Life Coach and training to be Shadow Work facilitator How did you get introduced to MKP?
I was giving a talk at a conference, I ended up sitting next to someone who talked about the personal development work he had done which was very powerful.
Read the full interview here: Look Deeper, Diarmaid Fitzpatrick | ManKind Project UK
Georgia O’Keeffe Making God told me that if I painted that mountain enough I could have it. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Mending I’d like to be remembered as someone who helped repair tears in h…
Read the full story: the work of matriarchs | Karen Maezen Miller
His name is Geoffrey Hinton, but he’s better known as the godfather of artificial intelligence
Read the full story here: The AI superstars at Google, Facebook, Apple—they all studied under this guy
The idea that older women must renounce the erotic life is a lie that keeps getting told.
Read the full story here: Opinion | Sex, Love and the Aging Woman | NY Times
In our series where great musicians tell the stories behind memorable records from their back catalogue, the Led Zep frontman discusses his enduring love for Patty Griffin and why he’s happiest in the land of cider, Wolves and Welsh mythology
Read the full story here: A life in music: Robert Plant on Led Zeppelin, Alison Krauss and his endless wanderlust | The Guardian
If you asked me that "who would you have dinner with, dead or alive" question, Oprah is definitely at the top of my list.
When she accepted her Cecile B DeMille Award at this years Golden Globes, not only did I watch it at least three times, I marveled at the way she was able to express the thoughts and feelings of so many while spreading an impactful and important message all in 8 minutes or less. And when Twitter erupted with #Oprah2020, I was ready to sign up for her campaign squad.
To me, Oprah is that motherlike figure that the world needs, whether or not we deserve her. Some of us want to be like her, and even more of us want to learn from her. The media mogul dropped some gems in her recent interview with InStyle Magazine that will help us along this journey we call life, whether we are just getting started out in life or we're looking for more clarity, discernment, and ways to continue to flourish.
Read the full story here: Oprah Says The Older You Get, The Less Sh*t You Take - xoNecole