50 Things to Do When You Turn 50: 50 Experts on the Subject by Ronnie Sellers

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By Ronnie Sellers

Every thing you'll want to be aware of and much more that might make you snigger and imagine. A needs to learn for these turning 50, this ebook might help you're making the main of a milestone yr. All royalties should be donated to profit melanoma learn. it is a significant fiftieth birthday present, and much more helpful than an Over the Hill espresso mug and black balloons!

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That may be unfortunate because it means that I agree with my friend, playwright Christopher Durang, that life is random. I didn’t like turning 50 very much. I remember having a party when I turned 40, but also being very anxious, because my life had been so much more focused on my career than on my personal life. I thought, there’s all this stuff I’ve still got to do. I’ve got to get a home, I have to have a child. Turning 50 was harder because my sister had died, and my Dad was sick. It just was harder — there was a lot of real life going on.

At 50, I couldn’t have lied and said that I was 45 because I had lived those extra five years. From the minute I wake in the morning, I live very fully. I do so much in a day; I do so much in a week — I can’t pretend that I haven’t done it. I am my age. It would be silly to pretend that I am younger. My 50s have been excellent. I have a huge amount of energy, and my experiences have been phenomenal. When I was only 28, I had 300 people working for me; I was on the cover of Newsweek. But even when I was 20, I was thinking about 30.

The way to turn 50 is to embrace it. Tell everyone you know and just enjoy it. ) happen to you? Look around you and see what you have — don’t think about what’s missing. Don’t dwell on the things that didn’t happen, the opportunities missed, the loved ones gone, the friends at a distance. The broken hearts, the hurt feelings, the disappointments — those are all part of what makes you who you are as you turn this corner. Forget the money that you’ve lost or the journey not taken. If you have people who love you, if you’ve reached 50 and can feel comfortable in your skin, with all of the good and bad that makes you who you are, that’s really something.

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