Nexus Generation
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Nexus Generation

When did ‘looking good’ become ‘good for your age’?

What Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda made me think about my own appearance.

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I noticed recently that I no longer think to myself ‘looking good there’ as I once did. And other people compliment me on my clothes but not on how I look in them any more.

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Sylvia Clare MSc. Psychol

Sylvia Clare MSc. Psychol

Mindfulness teacher, poet, advocate for mental health and compassionate living, author of ‘No Visible Injuries’, ‘Living Well and Loving ADHD’ and many others