And Rachel McAlpine writing.
Necessity is the mother of invention..........................
Couldn't agree with you more about standing straight and walking with a bounce in your step. Not sure if it makes you look younger (in my late 40s I'm beginning to think I do look my age) but it makes me feel confident.I think it probably makes me look taller than 1.63m (5.4')too. A few people have been surprised when they hear I'm only that tall - it's a below average height I think.
Love your comment! And I took forever to reply. Blogspot does not inform me when people comment. So I'm switching to Wordpress. Sorry!
You are an amazing and inspiring woman. Your technic are simple and doable but give an amazing result. Your advice is so true and make a lot of sense. So Thank you.
You are living proof that life begins after 70......
Wonderful article. I'm bubbly by nature and people think I'm much younger (I also wear blusher and natural lipstick and pretend I'm not wearing any - naughty me)
Yay, way to go!
How come I've never noticed these comments until now? Thank you everyone for your responses: I'm tickled pink to read them.
Not trying to sound conceited or anything but I also have lucky genes. My Mom is 84 and looks 60. I hope when I'm 70 and 84 I can be like you and my Mom because you both look like you can still turn heads. Just want to feel like "I still got it going on". Well, hope that's what some people think anyway. Just a small portion of vanity hopefully that tiny ingredient is okay.
A small portion of vanity could well be self-esteem by another name. And this is highly desirable at any age.