{Poll} FOF celeb chefs: ingenious or insane?

These FOF celeb chefs are a polarizing bunch. Women either love them with a cultish fervor, or love to, well, hate them with a cultish fervor. So where do you stand?  Are they FOFabulous Foodies–or the FOFurthest thing from it?



The good, the fab: Yum-O! Say what you want, but almost-FOF Rachael Ray is one of the most powerful celebrities in the world according to Forbes magazine and one of the top 100 most influential people in the world according to Time. The maven of easy weeknight cooking has three Emmy awards under her belt, her own daytime talk show, a magazine, cookbooks and a product line. Her fans love her no-frills approach: anyone can be a good chef, just grab your “EVOO” and get cooking.

The ugly: Rachael Ray has repeatedly come under fire for “her cooking skills, her overreliance on chicken stock, her kitchen hygiene, her smile (often compared to the Joker’s), her voice, her physical mannerisms, her clothes, her penchant for saying ‘Yum-o’ and so on” as noted in a 2006 New York Times article. Famous for teaching viewers how to make meals in less than 30 minutes, many critics claim that the concept doesn’t include preparation time. I’m “a cook, not a chef,” Rachael once admitted to fellow celeb chef Alton Brown. She has also said that measuring “takes away from the creative, hands-on process of cooking” and instead favors approximations such as “half a palmful.”

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The good, the fab: Entertaining empress Martha Stewart is a nine-time Emmy-award winner, talk show host, magazine editor, New York Times bestselling author, business magnate and pretty much the worldwide personification of perfection. That is, of course, until she went to jail for a highly-publicized insider trading scandal. Critics predicted her fall from grace would trigger the demise of her media empire. Instead, she launched a successful comeback campaign–her company turned a profit again just one year after she was released from prison. In or out of jail, she consistently sets the standard for haute home keeping.

The ugly: This “ice queen,” as she’s been dubbed by editors, viewers and industry insiders, took major heat when she served time in jail. But even before that, Martha was the butt of many jokes. Said Newsweek, “Her detractors say, ‘Sure, I could have made millions teaching people how to make marzipan kumquats–but I’m too busy thinking about world peace.’ Her fans just want the kumquats.” In 1997, an unauthorized biography, Just Desserts, claimed that she once sued her gardener over pennies, ignores her own daughter, plagiarizes recipes and humiliates her own staff. “Naturally, people hate Martha Stewart,” wrote Patricia McLaughlin in a New York Times article. “She’s rich, she’s blond. And now, she’s even thin.”

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The good, the fab: Sandra’s semi-homemade cooking method, which involves 70 percent pre-packaged products with 30 percent fresh items, has struck a cord with busy women everywhere. The self-made star (she was raised on food stamps) is now a semi-homemade millionaire. Her show, Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Cooking, remains one of the longest-running and top-performing programs on the Food Network. She has written 23 cooking and entertaining books. Kurt Suller of Newsweek even likened her to Julia Child, adding that although her show “is the furthest from Child’s methods,” both women “filled a niche that hasn’t yet been explored.”

The ugly: A “frightening Hell Spawn of Kathie Lee and Betty Crocker,” Anthony Bourdain once called his fellow celeb chef, Sandra Lee. The goddess of all things semi-homemade has been berated for her rampant use of shortcuts and store-bought ingredients loaded with preservatives. She “seems more intent on encouraging people to create excuses for not cooking than on encouraging them to cook wholesome simple foods,” writes Amanda Hesser of The New York Times. But nothing was more controversial then a episode of Sandra Lee’s show during which she created a “Kwanzaa cake” topped with corn nuts. Critics have called it “an abomination,” “disrespectful” and “offensive.” Even Sandra Lee’s “possible future mother-in-law,” (according to the New York Times) doesn’t subscribe to her semi-homemade theory. When asked by a NY1 reporter about Sandra Lee’s lasagna recipe (which uses Campbell’s tomato soup and cottage cheese), Matilda Cuomo replied, “That’s not how you make a lasagna.”

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The good, the fab: Queen of southern cuisine, FOF Paula Deen, has charmed fans and restaurant customers for nearly fifteen years. Paula is an  Emmy-award winner for her Food Network show, Paula’s Home Cooking. Her restaurant, Lady and Sons, in Savannah, Georgia, was named by USA Today as the “International Meal of the Year.” (It’s famous for it’s buffet which features sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese, deep-fried Twinkies, fried chicken and cheesy meatloaf).  Her memoir, It Ain’t All About the Cookin’, published in 2007, shot to the top of the charts and eventually become a New York Times bestseller. Fans love her folksy banter, decadent recipes and slightly bawdy sense of humor.

The ugly: “The mistress of mayonnaise” has been harshly reprimanded for reckless use of butter, mayo and other fattening foods and techniques in her cooking. In a Huffington Post story, called “How Can Paula Deen Sleep at Night?”, author Christina Pirello writes, “In the name of southern hospitality and tradition, she has fried her way into the clogged hearts of America.” Soon after she released Lunch-Box Set, her cookbook for kids, Paula appeared on The View. “Obesity is the number one problem for kids today,” Barbara Walters said to her. “Everything you have here is enormously fattening. You tell kids to have cheesecake for breakfast… does it bother you that you’re adding to it?”

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{Poll} Should these celebs color, cut or keep their hairstyles?

Why do we hear so many donts about our ‘dos when we turn fifty? “Long hair is for 20-year-olds, don’t grow out your hair” or “Don’t let your hair go gray–it ages you!” What do we believe? Are maxims about our manes meant to be broken?

Take a look at these FOF celebs. Some have opted for long locks others for trimmed tresses. Some sport silver styles other color their coiffures. What do you think of their ‘dos? Answer our poll and find out what other FOFs think.

Should Rita Wilson cut it or keep it?

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Should Christie Brinkley cut it or keep it?

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Should Jamie Lee Curtis color it or keep it?

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Should Julianne Moore cut it or keep it?

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Should Alana Stewart cut it or keep it?

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Should Emmylou Harris color it or keep it?

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Should Jane Seymour cut it or keep it?

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Should Helen Mirren color it or keep it?

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Should Michelle Pfeiffer cut it or keep it?

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Should Blythe Danner color it or keep it?

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Images via Zimbio: Rita Wilson, Christie Brinkley, Jamie Lee Curtis, Julianne Moore, Alana Stewart, Emmylou Harris, Jane Seymour, Helen Mirren, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Blythe Danner

{Survey} What are FOFs up to 9 to 5?

Boardroom or boredom? Job-hopper or loyal as a dog? Retiring or reinventing? Answer this anonymous career survey, then find out about the work lives of other FOFs.

Which best describes your current employment status?

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If you are working, how much do you typically make in year?

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Do you financially support your husband or partner?

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If you’re working, what best describes your employer?

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Which best describes your job transitioning behavior?

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At what age were you most satisfied with your career?

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What best describes your attitude towards retirement?

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Which (if any) posed the biggest challenge to your career ambitions?

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If you had kids, how did motherhood affect your career?

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If you have grown children, do you have to work to support them?

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Were you forced to go back to work by any of the following reasons?

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How has the current economic downturn affected your career?

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Do you have any regrets about the career path you’ve chosen?

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If you could go back, would you spend more or less time worrying about your career?

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{Poll} Which celeb is the stingiest?

We hear so much gossip about the lavish lifestyles of loaded stars, but, talk is cheap…and so are these 4 FOF celebs. In your opinion, who is the stingiest?

Barbra Streisand

The frugal facts: Barbra is the veteran of vintage. A 1997 New York Times article about the rising popularity of vintage clothing credits “Babs” as the first female celeb to perform in thrifted togs.

The multimillionairess allegedly left $10 on a $457 bill at a New York restaurant. Shortly after she was heard singing all the way to the bank….
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Madonna

The frugal facts: Everyone knows “we are living in a material world” but did someone forget to tell the “Material Girl”?  A 2007 novel by a New York waitress exposes Madonna for not leaving a tip after being served in a restaurant. Hey, Madonna, we have a tip for you: Pop icons aren’t excused from dining etiquette!

In a book about Madonna, her own brother calls her “stingy” for giving their grandmother only limited financial help: “But my sister –who in 2008 is worth in excess of $600 million…opted at the time to send our grandmother just $500 a month and to pay her monthly household bills, for Madonna, a drop in the ocean,” wrote her brother. “When I think of Madonna’s wealth, I can’t help but think she’s being stingy with the grandmother who helped raise us.”

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Teri Hatcher

The frugal facts: Almost-FOF Teri Hatcher plays a well-off Desperate Housewife on television, but in real life this single mom desperately pinches pennies. The actress, estimated to be worth $50 million, told People magazine, “I’m a very conservative person. I drive my cars for 10 years until they have 100,000 miles on them….I don’t spend my money on sports cars or new million-dollar houses. To me, feeling comfortable means having way more than I need in the bank.”

And there’s no costly outsourcing for this Supermom, who “stayed up half the night to turn out such extravaganzas as 300 individually wrapped homemade chocolate butterfly lollipops” for her daughter Emerson’s school, according to an article in Vanity Fair.
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Queen Elizabeth

The frugal facts:
The recession has even Queen Elizabeth II, the world’s largest personal landowner tightening her royal purse strings. According to FrugallyMinded.com, “The British tabloids frequently allude to the Queen’s passion for turning-off the lights around Buckingham Palace, and tongues have wagged about her cautions to the princes, saying that she sternly has warned them not to flaunt the royal wealth.”

A royal Thriftmas? In 2008 the queen cut back with £7.95 crown decorations to decorate her Christmas tree and by having her presents made in China to save money. “It’s not just at Christmas but right throughout the year that she tries hard to keep costs down.” A spokesperson told Britain’s Hello! magazine. “The queen has been extremely thrifty all her life and jokes that it’s her Scottish blood.”

The spokesperson may not have been kidding about thriftiness being in the queen’s blood… Her mother had a reputation for frugality. According to a recent Telegraph article the Queen Mother “refused to buy a TV…and relied on an ‘antiquated’ video recorder to watch horse racing.” She also “regarded her favourite Burberry jackets as “old friends” from whom she was unable to part. He [her aide] said he did not see her wear a new raincoat during his 28 years of service.”
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Images via Zimbio: Barbra Streisand, Madonna, Teri Hatcher, Queen Elizabeth

{Poll} If money were no object… Which lavish celeb vacation would you take?

Earlier this year, on the premier of the 25th and final season of her eponymous talk show, Oprah Winfrey surprised 300 audience members by announcing she was taking them on an eight-day, all-expenses paid vacation to Australia. But even that epic trip doesn’t hold a candle to some of the more extravagant vacations the FOF daytime queen has taken herself. And Oprah’s not the only FOF star who splurges on over-the-top trips. Read about 4 lavish celeb vacations then decide: Which one would you most want to take?

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Oprah Winfrey – Necker Island, British Virgin Islands
PRICE: $54,500 – $56,000 per night for up to 28 guests (5 night minimum)


When Oprah wants to live out her Blue Lagoon fantasies she knew exactly where to go: Sir Richard Branson’s 74-acre,  completely private island. There, she and her friends had access to every water sport under the sun, plus a private, high-speed submarine, the Necker Nymph. The 2:1 staff-to-guest ratio makes this island truly fit for royalty, and the Queen of Daytime Television is no exception–while visiting the oasis, she and her “court” were waited on hand-and-foot by the island’s 60 staff members.

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Madonna – Christina O Yacht in the Caribbean
PRICE: $64,000 – $93,000 per day

In the 1960s, Aristotle Onassis and Jackie O used this super-yacht as their own floating mansion while entertaining the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill. In 2009, when Madonna chartered a trip, it had long-since been converted to a private playground for celebs at sea. On board, the Material FOF enjoyed Michelin Star cuisine, massages at Six Senses spa, and the legendary pool with mosaic floor – which rises to form a dance floor at the flick of a switch.

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Jodie Foster – Hotel Martinez Penthouse Prestige Apartment in Cannes
PRICE: $37,000 per night

For those who like to feel as if they’re living in a 007 movie, consider this palatial penthouse on the French Riviera. When FOF-in-waiting Jodie Foster stays here, she enjoys 24-hour butler service (helpful in case she’s in the master bedroom and too tired to walk all the way to the kitchen for a snack – the suite is, after all, 2,000 square-feet). Should she work up a sweat visiting the linen closet, she can rejuvenate in the in-room Turkish steam bath or enjoy jaw-dropping views of the Mediterranean.

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Victoria Principal – Virgin Galactic Spaceflight in sub-orbital outer space (in planning)
PRICE: $200,000 per person

If a stay on a private island is still too terrestrial for you (Necker Island does, after all, share a hemisphere with countless Best Westerns and Days Inns) Sir Richard Branson would love nothing more than to shoot you into outer space. FOF Victoria Principal is among the luminaries who have expressed interest in a Virgin Galactic spaceflight, which would comprise a six-passenger, two-pilot spacecraft taking you 70,000 feet above Mother Earth and back into her warm embrace in around 3.5 hours. The trip will most likely include six minutes of weightlessness, a perk no matter how many carbs you’ve been eating.
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Images via Zimbio: Oprah, Madonna, Jodie Foster, Victoria Principal
Destination images via Travelet, My Christina O, Hotel Martinez, Cube Me

{Poll} Which FOF celeb is the “greenest”?

FOF celebs have been singing the praises of all things eco, sustainable and energy efficient. But when they’re not in the limelight, which stars stay green?

Read about 3 “eco-friendly” FOF celebs, and then vote on who is truly “greenest.”

Bette Midler

Every day I have to remind myself that cleaning up the environment is like fighting a war. Changing people’s minds and habits is one of the hardest things anyone can do. But, if each one of us does our own part, day after day, we can make a difference.” — Bette Midler

Her greenchievements:
-In 1995, Bette founded the New York Restoration Project (NYRP), a non-profit organization that revitalizes parks in economically disadvantaged New York city neighborhoods. The organization has removed more than 2,000 tons of trash from New York City parks and saved hundreds of community gardens from commercial development.

-Bette Midler and the NYRP are leading MillionTreesNYC, an initiative to plant and care for one million new trees throughout New York City’s five boroughs by 2017.

-She is a recipient of the 2008 National Audubon Society’s Rachel Carson Award and the United Nations Environmental Programme Influential Women of The Environment Award.

Her eco-oops!:
-In August of 2007, Bette came under fire for cutting down 230 trees on her Hawaiian property without a permit.

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Roseanne Barr

“[Macadamia nuts hold] the promise of a brilliant future for this planet…I have a nut farm. I’m growing macadamia nuts… I’m serious about it.” – Roseanne Barr


Her greenchievements:
-This year, Roseanne purchased a 40-acre macadamia nut farm in Hawaii while promoting her book “Roseannarchy: Dispatches From the Nut Farm.” Roseanne said nuts are better than meat for environmental and health reasons: “They’re the perfect protein. They don’t have any carbohydrates and the only fat they’ve got is a lot, but it’s the good kind. So it’s better than beef. No greenhouse gases. Nice nuts.” We knew she was nutty…but not this nutty!

-Later this year, Roseanne will premiere a reality show about her life on the macadamia farm on the Lifetime television network.  The network has ordered 16 half-hour episodes which will feature the FOF comedian Johnny Ardent, her boyfriend, and her son, Jake.

Her eco-oops!:
-Roseanne is  in the middle of a land dispute with her Hawaiian neighbors. They have filed a complaint with County officials that she has been doing grading work on the property, without proper permits. Prior to this, Roseanne sought a temporary restraining order against the same neighbors for harassment. She has said that any land use violations were “a mistake” and going forward she’ll work to comply with regulations.

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Daryl Hannah

“One wouldn’t think that you would have to become an environmentalist or a humanitarian. It’s just natural to treat people and other creatures on the planet with respect.” —Daryl Hannah

Her greenchievements:
-On June 13, 2006 Hannah was arrested when she chained herself to a walnut tree for three weeks (talk about a tree-hugger!) to protest the bulldozing of an urban farm in Los Angeles. She spent some time in jail following the arrest. She was arrested again in June of 2009 when she protested a mountaintop removal in West Virginia.

-Hannah started an online store selling only environmentally friendly goods and a website with environmental news and videos on topics ranging from veganism to biodiesel.

-She is a board member of the Environmental Media Association, Action Sports Environment Coalition and ecoAmerica and co-founded Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance to promote sustainable biodiesel practices.

-She has a green home in the Rocky Mountains made with salvaged materials. It uses solar energy for heating and cooling and features a moss stone couch (that she waters regularly).

Her eco-oops!:
-None we could find!

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Images: New York Restoration Project, Warming Glow, The Distracted Globe
Sources: Mother Nature Network, United Nations Environment Programme, SFGate.com, AP Entertainment

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{Poll} Which artist’s works would you hang in your home?

If money were no object, which artist’s works would you hang in your home?

Legendary impressionist Mary Cassatt was born in Pennsylvania in 1844. She attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts against her wealthy parents’ wishes. Mary was frustrated by the school’s rules, which forbade female students from painting live models. Eventually she moved to France where she studied the masters and made extra money by copying and selling famous paintings at the Louvre. Edgar Degas, one of the early founders of Impressionism, became Mary’s mentor, and brought her into the fold of the Impressionist movement. Mary is best known for her oil paintings, which explore the intimate moments of women–especially the bond between mother and child. They have sold for as much as $2.9 million.

Twentieth century Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo, is best known for her colorful and sometimes disturbing self-portraits which have been described as “surrealist” and as “folk art.” “I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the subject I know best,” said Frida, according to biographer Andrea Kettenmann. Her paintings capture emotional moments of her life, from her tumultuous marriage to artist Diego Rivera to the (physical and emotional) pain she endured after a bus accident left her barren. They have sold for as much as $5.6 million.

Georgia O’Keeffe was born on a dairy farm in Wisconsin in 1887. She attended a top art school in Chicago and won several student prizes, but eventually stopped painting entirely, and became an elementary school teacher in Texas. There, she began painting again, and those works–abstract flowers, rocks, shells, animal bones, and landscapes–became the basis for her first gallery show in New York. The gallery owner, famed photographer Arthur Steiglitz, fell in love with Georgia and left his wife to marry her. By the 1920s, Georgia was considered one the America’s most important artists. She continued painting right up until her death at age 98. Today her paintings sell for upwards of $6 million dollars each.

Helen Levitt (1913-2009) was a famously reclusive photographer who live and worked in Brooklyn, NY. She was known for her New York City “street photography,” especially her photos of local “children living their zesty, improvised lives,” as noted in her New York Times obituary. Some of her most famous photos were taken in the 1930s, because, Helen said: “That was before television and air-conditioning. People would be outside, and if you just waited long enough they forgot about you.” She took photos for 70 years before her death in 2009 at age 95.

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Images via Girls Explore, The Art Institute of Chicago, Frida Kahlo Foundation, Biography.com, The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Laurence Miller Gallery, and BlogArts

{Poll} Which look do you like best?

Amid the sea of beauties bundled in black, these fabulously stylish FOFs stood out at Fashion Week thanks to their colorful coats. Tell us, which look do you like best?

What she’s wearing:
Coat
— Vintage Geoffrey Beene
Turtleneck
Alice + Olivia
Earrings
David Webb
Bag
Lambertson Truex
Boots
Manolo Blahnik
Fur Collar
Paola Quadretti
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What she’s wearing:
Coat — Lilli Ann
Bag
kit + lili
Shoes
— Vintage Ann Klein
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What she’s wearing:
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{Poll} Which “transition community” would you consider moving to?

According to The New Retirement Survey, many of us FOFs are not interested in pursuing a traditional retirement of leisure. Studies show that the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs are aged 60 and older. And this year, the The Transition Network, a national women’s organization with the motto “rewiring not retiring,” grew 15%.

FOFs are no longer retiring in the traditional sense. Instead, we are transitioning to new experiences and reinventing ourselves in new places and spaces.

Take a look at these 5 non-traditional “retirement” communities–we’ll call them “transition communities”–and then answer our poll: Which would you consider moving to?

An Artists’ Colony:

Burbank Senior Artists Colony in Burbank, California.


According to it’s website, Burbank Senior Artists Colony is, “the only apartment-rental community dedicated to providing exceptional independent living in a creative, art-inspired environment.” The community has a Hollywood-themed clubhouse, performance theater, art studios, art galleries and classes in writing, poetry, art and technology. We’ll try to overlook use of the word “Senior.”

A Farm:

A co-op farm in Baja California Sur, Mexico


Forget mowing the lawn and golfing…How about tending your own farm? Developer Dan Gallagher is planning two farm communities for  in Mexico surrounded by commercial fruit orchards with central co-op farms. The farm will be run by residents of the community. Overflow fruits and vegetables will be sold at a Farmer’s Market outside of the communities’ gates. “The agricultural infrastructure is excellent [in Baja California Sur]. Both of these locations are near popular retirement centers such as Los Cabos and La Paz, providing additional outlets for retiree’s produce as well as recreational opportunities,” said the developer in an interview with Suite101.

A Community for Hippies:

Rocinante in Summertown, Tennessee.

Aging hippies rejoice! There’s a “transition community” just for you. Named after Don Quixote’s horse, Rocinante, the 100-acre community “promotes a simple lifestyle of cooperation.” Residents lease their building site from Rocinante and then must build their own cabin for a “reasonable,” rate “perhaps $30,000 for a basic one-bedroom cabin,” according to the website. The Rocinante community specializes in “making good, loving attention available to the beginnings and endings of life” and has Midwives on hand to help residents make use of “good energy” during the “death process.”

A Cruise Ship:

Waterfront Lifestyles International of Cape Canaveral, Florida


Transition to a life at sea! The former cruise ship, Algeria, is currently being converted to 100 retirement condos. Condo owners will also control 1/100th of the whole ship and have a say in onboard entertainment and the ship’s itinerary. The boat will take ten trips each year to the Bahamas and one big trip to the Caribbean or to Central America. If owners want to have guests, they can pre-reserve one of 12 guest rooms on board.

A College Campus:

Lasell Village at Lasell College in Newton, Mass.


Calling all FOF co-eds. Relive your college days at Lasell Village, a “transition community” right on the campus of Lasell College. Residents are required to complete 450 hours of education programming each year. They can attend classes on campus with undergrads or off campus through travel, museum visits and workshops. Frat parties are optional.

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Sources: Suite101, WOFL FOX 35, WalletPop

{Poll} Worst workout wear trend?

A thong-leotard over biker shorts!? Unitards!? Leg-warmers!? Really…What were we thinking? We can’t take back the fitness fashion faux pas of the 80s but we can make sure they never happen again!

Take our poll: “Which 80s fitness fashion trend was the most ridiculous?” Then, see what other FOFs chose.

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Images via So Shiny, American Counsel of Exercise, Tone it Up, and Style List

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