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HIDING YOUR AGE
Why This Closeted 'Old' Person Finally Decided To Reveal Her Age
Margery Leveen Sher
Founder and Chief Noticing Officer of The Did Ya Notice? Project
In 1974, I cut my hair which had been hippie-style long, parted in the middle, and sometimes embellished with a tie-dyed scarf hovering over my eyebrows. I was going on a job interview to be the Executive Director for a non-profit. It didn't bother me that I lacked any experience whatsoever.
5 Ways To Stop The Obsession With All Things 'Anti-Aging'
Adrienne Partridge, Ph.D
badass leadership & career coach | curious spirit | data nerd
As women, we can be particularly guarded about revealing our age. This can be both self-imposed and due to societal pressures. Many women attempt to hide their age with Botox to take away smile lines, face lifts to tighten skin, and other plastic surgery procedures. I refuse and here's why.
Why I Lie About My Age
TV writer and radio personality, robinhoodradio.com
In the last few years... ok, ok, in the last few decades, I've lied about my age. Lately, I've taken to the cute or coy or annoying phrase that I think Auntie Mame said, "I'm between 50 and death!"
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