“Last month, I turned 58. As in 'years old.' Fifty. Eight. I don't care who you are, 58 is no longer "young." Body parts have shifted downwards. Skin has lost its memory yarn. Thighs ripple when we're standing still.”
“SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Kristine Holmgren (This article previously appeared on kristineholmgren.com) Once upon a time, I was a show-stopping "looker," a major babe. Young, lovely, blonde and adorable, people (especially men)...”
My head is swimming from the mixed messages about beauty I’ve gotten this past week—in print and by example—from Amy, Renée, and Helena. (Forgive me if I use their first names, but these women have taken up so much...
“According to the World Health Organization the population of people over the age of 60 will double from 11 percent to 22 percent by year 2050. It is also believed that the number of people over the age of 80 will quadruple in this time period.”
“These are women don't own jeans or sneakers. They have never seen the inside of a Chico's. And they only rarely follow the conventional rules of fashion. Each creates her own path and takes joy in every step....”
“We all know the saying: "beauty is from within." We are told that it is a woman's persona, not her face or her age, which makes her beautiful. It is her personality, the mix of charm and warmth that makes her shine.”
“After all the hoopla over Renee Zellweger's altered appearance, seems we've all been talking a lot about women and the pressure to look good in the spotlight—including 47-year-old Julia Roberts, who told a British publication, "By Hollywood...”