How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?

Celebrating Life's Stages

We don’t call it aging…we at “NEW” call it “Becoming.”  Becoming what, you might ask?  Becoming into what you really want to be and who you really are.

Whether you are forty, approaching fifty or far beyond, women say you should celebrate and appreciate these stages of life. Who says getting older means you have to settle down? Yes, you can be fabulous at 40, flirty at 50, and sassy at 60. Even today’s 70’s are rocking!

Life is a journey, and we have been welcomed into it. We would not have lasted through this challenge if  we didn’t think we could do it.

Life begins at 40, so let’s not look at our travels as nearing the end. Have a positive attitude and tell yourselves that this is really where the fun should begin.

It has been said that youth is wasted on the young. Well, aging should be enjoyed, celebrated and appreciated by those of us who are wiser, more confident and eager to welcome the next chapter, turn the page on the past and evolve into the future.

My friend Lorraine Turners asked the question, “How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?”

Tell us what is the best part of “Becoming.”

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