Over Fifty And Fabulous online magazine for women over 50. Fashion, Adventure, Health, Women Issues, Grandparenting, Relationships, Faith, Empty Nest, Midlife, and more. Online magazine for women of faith over 50.

Novelist On Being Over 50

​​Encouragement For Women Over Fifty

Book Review:

"Will read over and over! This book is totally awesome, it captures the emotions of the 50 plus woman and it lifts and encourages us that life is not over, but just began......I love, love!"

-Malea Lyday


Faulty Thinking


Book Review:​ 

"A must read for the Christian walk in this world. I went back many times to read it again not wanting to miss a word." -Helen Bigg

"I wanted to ingest every word. I am giving this book 5 stars, and would give it six if I could." -B Koehn

Online Magazine For Women of Faith over 50








As Christians how do we respond to the current cultural crisis of identity confusion? Read more

Friendships aren't just good for fun and games (although they're terrific for those, too), they're also vital to your physical health and mental health-and longevity. Read more 

A Season To Stop And Smell The Roses

Sharon was the NASA Team member that suited the very first black female astronaut. Read More

Debbie Macomber (New York Times Best Selling Author) is a woman devoted to her faith.  Read more

Over Fifty And Fabulous Online Magazine For Women Of Faith Over 50

Loneliness & Aging


What do you do when you unexpected find yourself facing divorce in your 50's. Read More

Aging With Confetti

We’ve all heard that growing old is not for sissies, and it's true—health, loss, change, and many other hardships can be found in the season of life over fifty. Read more

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staying healthy and fit after 50

If you have ever had a make-over, you know how great you feel when you look in the mirror and see the “NEW YOU.” A similar feeling can come from a closet make-over. Read more

Loneliness is often described as a sadness resulting from isolation or lack of companionship. Aging can compound a sense of loneliness. Read more