Fifty is the new thirty...at least according to Randella "Randi" Gage.
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L. Anne Carrington - Author
Randi shares her wit and wisdom in a collection of essays from her perspective on reaching the sixth decade of her life, with an attitude on women reaching fifty should be the end of the world.
From fashion to AARP memberships, from youthful attitudes to dealing with an ever-changing world in general, the best surprises for Randi comes - of all days - on her own fiftieth birthday.
Half a century. The sixth decade. Six hundred months.Any way we put it, it's an age most of us can't and don't avoid. What I can't understand is why people - especially women - make such a big deal out of turning fifty. It's almost like their worlds are about to come to screeching halts.
"Oh my God, I'm so old!" How many times have you heard that sentence?
Calm down, it's just a number. Remember the saying, "You're as old as you feel?" That's been my whole attitude for as long as I can remember. As a matter of fact, I feel better and a lot less paranoid about approaching fifty than I did thirty.