Title sound strange ? Well don’t get bent out of shape over it. It’s my expression and I’m liking it and that’s the cool thing about blogging.
It’s Friday evening here, and as my day winds down, this gives me a chance to share how amazed I am by all of the intriguing people here in the blogosphere with their suggestions of various food, fashion, dreams, languages, points of view, life hurdles, conquest, exciting adventures and the causes they support. It’s one colossal smorgasbord where you could encounter a moral boost, encouragement to take action, a light that sparks or ignites imaginable dreams, or find answers to questions. If you should manage to give or find intrinsic value to why you blog, or read someone else’s blog(s), then the time spent is worth its weight in gold.
In this blogosphere, of innumerable opportunity you get to decide, if you’d like to take part to venture into the life of fellow blogger(s), as you share, make new friendships, acquaintances, travel buddies, teach or be taught by those you connect with globally.
I’d like to share with you lifestyle possibilities in which Today’s 50’s Woman finds a sense of reward, unlike the woman of the 50’s, who could only dream, limited by the expectations of that era. No I’m not being compensated in any way for this endorsement :-). I’m just cool like that, wanting you all to be a part in seeing and knowing how some of us strong, independent thinking women live. Why not? To see people like TravelSpirit333 (that’s her handle by the way,) oh, that’s right this is not ham-radio, but boy is she living, or is she living. Looks like taking action to live life’s experiences to me, it’s hands down living in my book.
I’m in for the chocolate
Now let’s meet our fellow blogger TravelSpirit333 mentioned in the previous paragraph who has not allowed the typical stereotypes attached to age to limit her in being adventurous. It surely re-ignited and got me to think of what limitations I have allowed to be imposed on me because of age.
This is to all of the women out there who have reached or believe that reaching the 50 marker of life is old; and know it’s time for re-programming of what the majority thinks is expected at that age. We women are powerful, magnificent energetic beings even at 50.
Another Today’s 50’s Woman
By the way we’re not a woman that is 50 years old, like when someone exclaims,”you’re 50, yet you don’t look it!” What the hell does that mean anyway? Is that really a compliment, after all what is 50 supposed to look like, praytell? We have women that are revamping life after the divorce, to only find the fellas that are 50 avoiding them, thinking they’re too old also. Yeah you heard me. Just eat your heart out when you see women like them, a victoriously youthful soul of a woman.
Inman 58 – born the Month of July
And what’s with statistics telling us, we have to count each year only to be lumped into a database group of some sort. (Who they trying to fool?). I consider myself as being – Today’s 50’s Woman, (just without the ish on the end of 50.) What is an ish anyway? 🙂 I just will not claim the term old, throwing off the assumptions of having to act and be whatever old is. I know, I know, there’s a definition for old, but who cares?
It’s nice to evolve in our own uniqueness, discovering our higher self, where we are able to find a kind of peace in what brings us the greatest joys for our life.
I invite all that envision life as full, joyful, abundant and limitless to come on over and comment.
“Oh.. The Joys of Being Today’s 50’s Woman” is a post from Carlye’s Expressions