The tables are turned I am being interviewed about Entering My Second Half by my friend Producer/Screenwriter/Author, Steven L Sears. He will be chatting with me about how I came to write my book, some fond memories and what I would like the reader to take away from it.
Turning fifty was the first time I really felt my age. I always felt and looked younger then I actually am chronologically. I still do look younger then I am but feel it, no not quite. I have aches and pains that I never felt before. Also I have not in my opinion reached my full potential yet.
As I watch young celebrities panicking about reaching thirty years old and getting botox, I shake my head. At thirty I was still being carded. I was still asked if I was old enough to work in this office. Thirty? They are children!
Believe me kids, Thirty is nothing. Now Fifty that is a brick wall that you have to watch out for. All of the sudden you ache in places you have never even thought of before. You have problems with parts of your body that worked perfectly the year before.You gain weight easier, and it is harder to get it off.
Fifty is what they should be worried about.This is what I learned.
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