What does aging gracefully actually mean? And what does it have to do with the pandemic, and the long weeks and months of lockdown?
The effects of going grey are like ripples when you throw a stone in a pond. They extend way beyond where the stone originally landed.
I’ve gone grey. It has been an interesting journey; one that I am very happy I made. Now I just have to get used to the new me in the mirror each day.
2020 has been all about change. Social change, and personal change, big, or small and inconsequential. We’re all facing changes. And I think we’re coping by making it up as we go along.
To dye, or not to dye? Should I go grey, or not? That was the question I posed in a blog post a couple of weeks ago. I thought I might be ready to go ‘au naturel.’ Or some variation thereof. …
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about going grey. Or not. There are a myriad of articles on the web these days exhorting women to be proud of their grey or white locks. Or “mature hair” as a stylist’s assistant …
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