A fool for love: Mr. Big in the real world

A fool for love: Mr. Big in the real world

I wasn’t one of the thousands of women who loved Sex and the City while it was on TV. So when the movie came out, I didn’t rush out to see it that first weekend. Or the second. In fact, I just saw it for the first time earlier this year on DVD. And once again, the portrayals were great and the relationships realistic. That is until Mr. Big and Carrie got married.

Rachel on: A new me at forty

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Rachel on: A new me at forty

I never really wanted a new me. The new (just new, not improved) Rachel Dachel still looks and sounds the same as she always has. But simultaneously, EVERYTHING has changed. I don’t know this new woman in my mirror…

Christine asks – Have we really been alive this long?

Christine asks – Have we really been alive this long?

I first ran this post last year after Christine tweeted, “Thoughts on turning 40 next year. And gosh, have we really been alive this long?” In her post Christine talks about being welcomed by her grandmother with kisses, a lunch of grapes, cheese and baguettes, and a jar of Nivea Daily Nourishing Cream…

Forty: The Age of Reason

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Forty: The Age of Reason

Tricia’s approaching 40 and she’s on a roll. Literally. No really, literally. She’s recently decided to follow her life long passion for writing and literature wherever it leads her…

Beyond the ‘Cougar’ label: Confessions of a non-cougar

Beyond the ‘Cougar’ label: Confessions of a non-cougar

These days a cougar is described as an older woman who frequents clubs in order to score (their word, not ours) with a much younger man. Sounds pretty predatory doesn’t it? Well, there are many women who happen to be in relationships with younger men who take issue with the term and being labeled by it.

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