Catherine Texier pushes back against society’s dated ideas about older women, claiming her place among those who are determined to remain vibrant and relevant in the last decades of their lives.
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"I like having been alive long enough to know that people can change and transform who they are over and over and over again, and to know that I’ve…
At 60, David Ulin reflects on his favorite way to connect with his 85-year-old Dad.
"I’ve gained confidence in my chosen vocation, gained trust in my close relationships, realized that fewer possibilities give me laser focus on what is…
At 60, Ken Otterbourg takes stock of the subtle but meaningful career shift he embarked on a few years ago.
"I’m happy I get to be this age. I’m happy to be alive."
Abigail Thomas struggles to make sense of her affinity for spatchcocking chickens.
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