Using this concept, I decided to conduct my own little experiment using the profiles on the Plenty of Fish dating site, specifically the "Interests" section of the profile.
Obviously that’s a lot of work so it may take a while.
Nevertheless the list is a great reference for anyone looking for a new way to spend their day.
Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.
Part of my inspiration for starting Sixty and Me was the feeling that too many media outlets do not devote enough attention to women over 60.
Before you get started, we’re in the process of writing a little about each hobby so you can explore it further.
Ultimately we’d like to have them categorized by time required, indoor/outdoor, space needed, thrill factor, etc.
If you’ve got an awesome hobby not on the list, leave us a comment telling us what your hobby is and we’ll add it to the list.
We didn’t generate the world’s largest list of hobbies by ourselves you know.
While the mainstream media still has a long way to go, there are fortunately several great magazines that do a wonderful job of sharing stories and connecting women over 60 with worthwhile information and resources.
Here are a few of Sixty and Me’s favorite magazines for women over 60: Real Simple is a beautifully produced, smartly written magazine that is not exclusively “for” women over 60, but contains lots of great articles that often are of interest to women our age.
A good strategy might be to list specific types of music or specific genres of movies.