The Boys We Used To Love: Then and Now

May 16, 2012 by  
Filed under On Life

There are moments when I casually forget how old I am and then I see one of these former teen heartthrobs playing the father of a teen in a movie and I’m like, “oh, yeah, that’s how old.”

It’s a different world

January 24, 2011 by  
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We’ve left an era where womanhood was defined by one’s ability to keep a spotless house, cook the perfect pot roast and produce 2.5 children and entered one where womanhood is defined by one’s ability to undress. There’s got to be a happy medium in there somewhere….

Act your age not your shoe size: It’s ok to grow up

February 10, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life

Prince may have said it best, but it’s a sentiment many of us can relate to. And lately, in the rush to proclaim 40 as the new 30 – or even 25 – we’ve noticed a trend of 40 year old women who seem, frankly, afraid to grow up.

The timeless and dangerous pursuit of “perfection”

January 20, 2010 by  
Filed under On Health & Beauty

There are so many reasons Heidi Montag’s recent marathon 10-hour plastic surgery has us slack jawed and saddened, we hardly know where to start.

Why Margaret loves Queen Latifah, turning 40 and focusing on a better Margaret

January 11, 2010 by  
Filed under Fit at Forty, On Health & Beauty, On Life

So, I’m trolling the web for women talking and writing about turning 40 and come across this great post at a blog called Just Margaret. It’s called Why I love Queen Latifah and being a fan of “The Queen” myself, I checked it out. Turns out, Margaret is turning 40 soon, is “kind of” excited […]

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