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Editor’s Note: September Highlights

Hello, everyone! I don’t know about you, but I am ready for fall. It’s my favorite time of year, not only because of the more temperate weather here, but because of the fashions. I love boots and sweaters and everything related to cooler weather. But aside from that, there are lots of wonderful articles coming your way in September.

In September, our fashion editors are going to break down each of the fall fashion trends and pick the best items to share with you.

We have some great articles underway on health and wellness for women 50 and over. We’ll learn about foods that prevent “brain fog,” how to fight depression with exercise, and we’ll learn what “napercise” is.

Our career and business editors will share with us how to conquer burnout, prep for retirement, and which companies appreciate older workers.

You won’t want to miss our upcoming articles on changing up your makeup colors for the season, lipstick shades that make your teeth look whiter, and which hairstyles are most flattering for your face shape.

Now, if you’ve been busy and haven’t managed to catch up yet on our top articles from August, here are the top 10 most read posts:

6 Hottest Fall Fashion Trends

10 Foods that Keep Skin Looking Young

25 On Trend Shoes

Why You Need to Change Your Exercise and Diet Plan

The Best New Books to Read

Kathy Smith: Fitness Titan

Busting Midlife Crisis Myths

Brandon Maxwell: Designer for the Ageless Woman

If Everything is so Great Why Aren’t You Happy?

Why We Get Hangry and How to Avoid It

Now, lastly, make sure you are regstered for the Adrian Allen Shoe giveaway. Starting September 13, we’ll be giving away one pair each week for 8 weeks. Go to this link for details.

 

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