Middle age isn’t a number. It doesn’t automatically happen when you turn 40 or at any age. It’s a state of being. It occurs in that moment when you realise you can’t do all the things you used to do. It’s that place where no matter how well you live your body falls apart. Some of the signs include… Continue reading →
‘Growing Into The Person You Always Should Have Been’ is the title of a newspaper article I read today in the local rag written by one of my favourite social commentators, a woman by the name of Wendy Tuohy.
In the article she explains this is a direct quote from David Bowie of all people, the once-upon-a-time glam rock god who has morphed into a content homebody. Continue reading →