We're (way) over 40. Deal with it.
Thursday, March 7th, 2013
I’ve got an iPhone and I use it to keep track of all the stuff I want to remember – grocery lists, appointments, deadlines. Probably most people have some sort of gadget – or maybe even DayTimer (time machine alert!) so they don’t miss things.
So, tell me: if I can’t memorize my own schedule, why the hell does Gary expect me to remember his? (more…)
Saturday, October 6th, 2012
Scientists have just recently reported that, through stem cell research, they have determined it is possible to not only create eggs from a woman’s own stem cells (meaning you’ll literally never run out of eggs and can reproduce forever – ugh). But that they’ve also discovered how they can also be used to develop. . . sperm. Do you know what that means?
Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
We no longer believe the fairy tale that men are fearless. Which is good. Men are people, too! But I’ve discovered something that men fear so much that you can’t even get them to talk about it. What is it that makes strong men quiver with fear and tremble with anxiety? Here’s a hint: it only affects straight men. (more…)
Friday, May 25th, 2012
We’re all heard how opposites attract. Positive to negative. Extroverted to introverted. Quiet to boisterous. But what you eventually discover as a woman over 40 - maybe the hard way – is that there is a reason oil and vinegar don’t mix. (more…)
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Thursday, October 13th, 2011
Twenty years ago you couldn’t say “Coke” without making someone snicker and picture pubic hair on a Coke can. Yes, it’s been two decades since Anita Hill was dragged through the mud for coming forward with her story of sexual harassment and Clarence Thomas was confirmed to a lifetime position on the Supreme Court, despite Anita’s testimony about his perverse nature (much of which has since been independently confirmed). Wherever you stand on that piece of history may be colored by your own history: if you’ve been a victim of harassment (and I’m going to guess most women over 40 have been at one time or another) or if you’re a harasser yourself. . . (more…)