You have your very own elixir of youth: the joy you take in living!The “golden girls” having fun and a laugh and enjoying every moment are naturally beautiful.Being a grandfather yet living in the same reckless style you did in your youth: that’s rather easier said than done.So, do yourself a favour (and make us happy): get out there and enjoy your retirement!Because it’s exciting to punctuate your day-to-day activities with these things, you’ll be able to rekindle your Sex life – with a capital “S”.Whether for couples or single people, love and sex are not the exclusive preserve of young people (and we really don’t want to hear you sighing, “It’s not for people my age”).Giving up pleasure is not part of the vocabulary of anyone who wants to remain a “sexy sixty-something” despite the passage of time. Love, humour and a zest for life: it’s never too late to be attractive – and even irresistible! In any case, if you’re reading this piece, it’s a pretty good sign that you’re in tune with new media.As far as senior dating is concerned, “grandpa” and “grandma” boomers are drawing up the instruction manual that explains what to do to stay sexy after 50 years! For those of you who catch yourselves saying “in my day, everything was better”, make a rapid change to your vocabulary and take an interest in what’s going on. After all, you are only as old as you feel: it is quite simply a matter of attitude!
You can boost your libido with erotic stories, sex toys, sexy dancing, etc.
Now, though, it’s time for you to take care of yourself, so put yourself first and live in the spirit of the philosopher Epicurus, for whom satisfaction was found in enjoyment.
Seduction is timeless, and so is your ability to charm!
If you’ve just turned 60, but you still have the playfulness of a 16-year-old girl, that’s cute.
You’ve surely worked, perhaps had children and even grandchildren.You’ve done a lot of things in your life, and you know the experience of putting it all on hold for a bit while you devoted yourself to your children’s education, your own career or that special person who used to share your life.