Men don't look at me like they used to because I'm not a beautiful young woman anymore
**This is a work of nonfiction based on actual events that I have experienced firsthand; used with permission. I am a woman who is aging. There are lines on my forehead. There is skin starting to hang strangely on my arms. Men don’t look at me like they used to. My body aches in new and unexpected places.
"Opinion" Is age just a number?
I love to people watch because they fascinate me. I enjoy watching the interactions, and I am always interested in the stories of how people became who they are, and why they act the way they do whether that shows them at their best or on a bad day. One thing that disappoints me though is when I see someone who is allowing inactivity to age them too early or damage their health, or someone who is giving in to age.
The Crisis of Getting Older
Turning 36 means one thing — I'm getting closer to my 40s. I read somewhere that a midlife crisis occurs when a person is between the age of 35 to 55 years and that middle age begins in our 30s. I’m right within the range.
If You’re Not Hiring Older Workers, You’re Missing Out on These 6 Strengths
Over the past decade, Japan has faced a problem: too few workers for an explosion of jobs available. Now, Recruit, a company that focuses on staffing solutions, has introduced a potential answer — an app that promotes the rehiring of retired employees.
Life expectancy is lowest in these U.S. states according to new federal report
Man comforting a woman in the hospital.Cyano66/Getty Images (Canva Pro license.) The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released a new report today that provides updated data on the average life expectancy of Americans living in each U.S. state. The data used to compile the report is from 2019 before the current global health emergency became widespread throughout the country.