The Free Fall of “Almost 40”
Bride In Reverse
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There is so much wisdom in this article! It has to do with honoring our own needs, cultivating joy each day, and being grateful for our time on Earth, because each year provides such possibility to take risks, be creatively expressive and help others. And I actually think our 30s and 40s are the best years do be expressively powerful. I’m really interested in a study of aging from a spiritual angle too, since our culture focuses so much on the superficial. There was a Buddhist study like this at my local yoga studio but the classes were on weekday mornings — d’oh. And agreed — lingering at lukewarm happy hours sucks my soul…