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Anyone who can describe herself as a degenerate, yet care so deeply for humankind, is our kind of a conundrum.
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You made it through 2020. You, and everyone on your list, deserve a prize for that.
As the CEO of a skincare company, Ada has advantages when it comes to aging that us mere mortals don’t. But in addition to access to great products, she also has a really open attitude about life — which we swear is the key to staying young in general.
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They are identical twins born six minutes apart. Marlien is a fashion aficionado and founder of the style blog, Le Catch. Her younger sib, Coliena, is a celebrated fashion, portrait, travel, and lifestyle photographer. In addition to being bonded by birth and a tremendous sense of style, the half-Dutch, half-Indonesian sisters are connected by a healthy attitude toward aging, taking it in stride with a sense of adventure — and gratitude.
Beth Springer was a successful model for nearly twenty years. As she approached 40, she gave it up to start her own business. Twelve years later, at fifty-something, she decided to give modeling one more go. The jobs were scarce — until she stopped coloring her hair.
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Whether you view your bigger melons as a pleasant surprise or are frustrated with your cup running so freaking far over, don't you wonder what's going on? We sure did. Here's the bottom, er, top line.