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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A WOMAN OVER 40 IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A WOMAN OVER 40 IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM


What does it means to be a woman over 40 in the new millennium? To answer that question we must look back in time for a moment. What do women living in this millennium have that women in the past didn't have access to?

Gone are the Stepford wives of the past. With the ability to access numerous amounts of valuable information at our finger tips regarding education, equality, health and several other important issues, we flourish high above the knowledge that was available to women turning 40 just a decade ago. In the past if you weren't already married and had children you were frowned upon (labeled as a spinster.) Today a large percentage of women in their forty's are comfortable with the career they've chosen, and are just beginning to embark on building a family life that includes a soul mate and children.

Scientific advancement in health and beauty products (not to mention cosmetic surgery) have enabled us to feel and look twenty years younger, thus adding years to our lives, as well as being able to keep our youthful appearances. All you have to do is click a mouse, turn on your television, open a magazine or newspaper to obtain any article you desire pertaining to subjects such as self-help, starting a business, raising productive children, juggling a family and career, and billions of other enlightening subjects.

What it really boils down to is advanced technology, scientific break through in health and medicine combined with our own personal years of experience have made women in their forty's even more intelligent, beautiful, and loving than they thought possible!
Published in Helium

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Comment by Mary J. Dressel on December 1, 2007 at 4:38pm
Opps, I see you published it somewhere already. I sent you a message.
Comment by Mary J. Dressel on December 1, 2007 at 4:36pm
Wow, nice write!

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