“YOU get to decide what makes you feel ageless and

dr-christiane-northruphow you want to express yourself!! For you, agelessness may mean you finally find the courage to stop dyeing your hair to hide the gray, or it may mean you finally start dyeing it because it makes you feel better and you don’t care what anyone thinks of your decision. We need to reject the value that at a certain age our value begins to decline.” -Dr. Christiane Northrup, 65

Unknown-2“The message women my age send to terrified 30- and 40-year-old women is that ‘it’s almost over.’ What a gip.Why am I trying to keep this teenage body when I’m not a teenager and everybody knows it? That was an epiphany for me.” -Beverly Johnson, 62

“Every year should teach you something valuable; whether you get the lesson is up tUnknown-3o you. Every year brings you closer to expressing your whole and healed self. I celebrate that. Honor it. Hold it in reverence. And I’m grateful for every age I’m blessed to become.” -Oprah Winfrey, 61

“Age has given me what I was looking for my entire life. It gave me ME. It provided the time and experience and failures and triumphs and friends who helped me step into the shape that had been waiting for me all my life. I fit into me now. I finally have an organic life now, not the one people imagined for me, or tried to get me to have, or the life someone else might celebrate as a successful one. I have the life I dreamed of. I have become the womaUnknown-1n I hardly dared imagine I could be. There are parts I didn’t love until a few years ago, I had no idea that you could get cellulite on your stomach! But I not only get along with me most of the time now, I am militantly and maternally on my own side.” – Anne Lamott, 60

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