Tag: aging

Age 59: LIPS… understanding aging process for beauties beyond fifty(aka older women)

Do you notice anything about your smile? Does your teeth shows when you smile? Is your lips getting thinner? Come on! Look at the mirror and examine your lips, was it the same when you were in your early twenties? NOPE! Well, When I was a teenager ,way back.. 🙂 hahaha make a calculation and

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Beautybeyondfifty dares a 19 years old model on photoshoot

Are you beyond fifty years of age? Is there a protocol of what to wear when you’re fifty and beyond? Is it about you? or is it about how people perceive you? Are you afraid of humiliating your family more than yourself? What do we consider when we want to wear something in fashion? Have

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Celebrating 52 in Style!

October 27, 2011, flying high aboard Royal Jordanian Airlines, My friend Nabil warned not to travel on my birthday but I have a little superstitious belief that If I die, I die in style! 🙂 So, I reached my destination Amman, Jordan…in one piece… kicking and alive! Yeheyyy! We had sumptuous lunch at my second family house. As much as

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Poison me… feel better…??? Journal (repost)

Poison me…feel better…??? journal August 7,2010 Saturday, August 7, 2010 at 5:03pm Poison me…feel better…??? Mirror…mirror on the wall…Why do I have all this lines in my face? Well, my dear…this is the sign of aging process either within the norm or under stress. Every line represents your daily stresses in life…work…family…Husband/wife…children and money. I

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I thought life would be cheaper when you’re fifty and beyond

Does life gets better after you reach fifty and beyond? well, it depends, on how far you’ve been.ahhh, you can say that again! I was filling up the form for our yearly medical insurance, as usual,name, date of birth, gender etc. the bracket of payment was at the end of the form. I always thought

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Aging gracefully…diversion is the key

Age is a number that usually we are not amused to count. I came to Jeddah 1987, armed with a double Bachelor degree, a lot of my patients commented that I am too young to be a Doctor…” Whatttt..don’t tell me you went to school when your teeth are just erupting???” At that time, I

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