Every post is a highly irreverent look at the issues of aging and life experiences. No one under the age of 45 may find any of this funny.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico via Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 20, 2011
Today is the long-awaited day after a year of preparation for fans of Phyllis Davis who read her work as Editor of EscapeArtist.com and as a regular columnist for EscapeFromAmerica.com as she launches her own blog to cater to the 45 – 105 age group of women with 60TimesAroundtheSun.com.
The new website offers a punch-and-a-hug to readers with a large dose of in-your-face irreverence as it offers up topics that entertain, engage and inform her readers.
Davis continues the conversation left open by Oprah after Oprah recently stepped aside leaving room for more women’s voices to emerge to engage Oprah’s demographic audience. Although 60TimesAroundTheSun.com cannot be called ‘spiritual’ in focus, it can be called entertaining and contemplative, and people have a chance to laugh (first), and then see themselves reflected back in the mirror Davis holds up for them.
60TimesAroundTheSun.com offers a know-all, tell-all format that offers humor, philosophy and insight about issues ranging from aging, sexy seniors, health and beauty issues for the Boomer set, money, and stories of her own personal life as she offers up life lessons. Davis has been a successful entrepreneur and writer for 40 years and has seen life, “. . . from the back of limousines and the comfort of buttery leathery seats in Lear Jets.”
The new site is for women and some men may enjoy it. Davis says, “Every post is a highly irreverent look at the issues of aging and life experiences. No one under the age of 45 may find any of this funny or interesting, and my market is for the person who is not particularly impressed with today’s thin social commentary and Hollywood gossip about ‘who’s-doing-whom’ and ‘who-wore-what,’ and wants to be engaged in an interesting and intelligent conservation. Yes, they want to be entertained, but I think people are desperate to talk to interesting people with something to say.”
Davis offers the voice of a mentor and friend to her readers. After all, just because people age, doesn’t mean they don’t still need a mentor to guide them through the transitions of life to help them cope with issues relevant to them at that point in their lives.
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