Living with ungirdled passion means you have the guts to be yourself, to let it all hang out and to enjoy the second and third acts of life, despite some of the less desirable “gifts” that come with age. So what if our waistlines are no longer as trim as they once were? We’re living large in all the ways that count! The priority now is to follow our bliss, despite those wine and Entenmann’s delivery trucks being really hard to keep up with!
We’ve also grown comfortable in our own skin – even if that skin is now spotted, loose and veiny! Those living with ungirdled passion have shed the girdles that constrained too many of our mothers – not just the nylon and spandex variety, but the societal ones as well. Our experience and insights are the foundations that serve us best. The ungirdled woman doesn’t run from the changes that come with age (mostly because she can no longer run), but she accepts them with grace, dignity and good spirits - namely tequila, vodka and gin!
The purpose of this book is to highlight and celebrate the important insights that can only be gained from living and loving for the past five or six decades while laughing at the less-appreciated gifts that come with the A.G.E. syndrome. It’s also to let you know you’re not alone. You may be hairier, heavier, and grumpier. But you’re not alone. The good news is you’re also likely to be a lot wiser, happier, and more serene than you were in your 20s, 30s and early 40s.
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