The Overly Informed Parent's Guide to Raising Healthy Kids in the Age of Environmental Guilt by Paige Wolf

10 Things I’ve Learned in 40 Years

July 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

I turn 40 next month, and if you thought I already had no f%^&s to give, you'd be mistaken. Because there were a few lingering and they have died with my 30s. In the interest of always over-sharing and telling you my life, here are some things I have learned over the past four decades that I hope will help you with any anxiety about turning the big 4-0. 1.Congratulations, You Made It About Halfway There  Seriously, Mazel Tov. Not all of us make it this far. You are now entering your mid-life crisis, if you have not already. And that is perfectly fine because it’s better than being dead. 2. Nobody Cares This is something that was recently reinforced to me by a great book by someone younger than me. Nobody Cares. Basically, what we’re saying here is that...

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