Wednesday Quotables: Aging

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Aging. Yuck! Yet, not so yuck.

It was my birthday last week and as I near the big 4-0 I realize that I look pretty damn good for my age. Even better, I feel amazing. I am comfortable in my freckly, sunspotty skin, with my some days curly/some days frizzy/some days stright hair and my softer post-pregnancy curves. Life is beautiful and aging is too.

Enjoy today’s quotables. I hope you find inspiration in your own aging.

from enjoyingtheepiphany.com

from enjoyingtheepiphany.com

from pinterest.com

from pinterest.com

from funnyrinx.com

from funnyrinx.com

from huffingtonpost.com

from huffingtonpost.com

from mundanecstasy.com

from mundanecstasy.com

from huffingtonpost.com

from huffingtonpost.com

from pinterest.com

from pinterest.com

from barbarashallue.typepad.com

from barbarashallue.typepad.com

from pinterest.com

from pinterest.com

We live in a youth-obsessed culture. We must fight that obsession by being our best and loving ourselves at every age. My goal is to be a little old lady wearing a great pair of shoes who can look back at her life and smile.

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3 thoughts on “Wednesday Quotables: Aging

  1. I’m quite close to the Big 4-0, too, but I’m fine with aging. My issue every year is that while *I* turn a year older, so do my parents. When I was a kid, I subconsciously thought that my parents would be 40 forever, ya know? And now I’m almost that age and I’m not sure where all the time went.

    But I do my best not to think about that too much. 🙂

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