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When you find yourself at the age you never thought you’d be, there you are.
If life is truly about quality and not quantity, then taking care of ourselves is the magic elixir, offering us the most bang for our life buck.
Body parts can be replaced, but nothing keeps us running like blowing the residue from those fouled plugs out the tailpipes after the chassis has been sitting in the garage awhile.
Younger women want instant wisdom. We look back and wish we could have spoken to our younger selves with the kind of conviction we have now.
I felt I was free to engage this mother in a back-and-forth about what happened, considering we are living during “Me Too” times.
Hair has been described as a woman’s crowning glory, showing off both her assets as well as her liabilities.
When we partake in self-care, we’re engaging in things that make us feel better about ourselves.
From a psychological perspective, is your upcoming high school reunion an approach-avoidance conflict for you?
So what do you see as your natural talents now that you’ve been there/done that?
Did your relationship start off with kisses that sent your heart racing and made the rest of the world fade away? You can get that back.
"When Harry Met Sally," " My Best Friend’s Wedding,"—The debate goes on, can women and men just be friends?
"We get more respect from others when we dress well. Even more importantly, we learn an attitude of respect ourselves."
Why, when you pack away the holiday decorations, does it feels like it’s nearly time to unpack them again?
If all the stars are aligned, it could turn out to be a match made in heaven.
Change can mean more confidence, and confidence can be downright sexy.
This post about "r"aging with grace found grace not to be present within me for a few weeks.
If you picture yourself reaching your 90s, then turning 60 means that you still have a full third of your life left.
Dena Kouremetis is a freelance writer, author, and professional blogger with a lot to say about life after 55.