middle aged

Post 50
Red Corvettes are just low-hanging fruit. Do you have an orange Dutch Oven?
Post 50
The battle of the bulge has never been so real.
Post 50
Your mother was right. Don't skip the fruits and veggies.
Women
The signs that you're undergoing a mid-life crisis are many. However, most share a common thread and can be classified into a few neat categories that basically all mean the same thing: 1) Oblivious, 2) Clueless, 3) Misplaced, 4) Misguided, and finally, 5) Out of touch.
Post 50
"Age can be measured as the time already lived or it can be adjusted taking into account the time left to live," the study's
Post 50
Arrive in Whistler at 6:30 p.m. Check in and eat dinner -- more salad! A little after 10, I realize I'm 50 in NY, 49 at Whistler.
Post 50
Because you spend your days leisurely golfing. (What else?) You've still got it... especially with the younger ladies. No
Post 50
We asked our Facebook fans what big midlife crisis purchases they've made, and received a wide range of responses. "We went
Post 50
12. You start sounding and acting like your mother or father. 13. You realize there really are two sides to every story. 14
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As an aside, a study by Florida State University last year found that both women and men view the start and end of middle
Post 50
Here are eight big things that will make your marriage last.
Post 50
You don't need us as much anymore. You told your father this year, "I finally realized I don't have to tell you and mom everything," and I knew we had done our job.
Post 50
The prospect of the empty nest, while raising children, was for me as foreign and distant as the Siberian tundra. Imagining myself without children to care for as my primary occupation seemed at once impossible and slightly seductive -- the idea of my kids off and on their own, while I had hours to pursue my dreams was something I thought about only in the abstract.
Post 50
Sure I have worries and stress and angst and rush around most days like a headless chicken as I try to juggle two kids, a house, a full-time job and a commute that entitles me to a lifetime achievement award from AAA. But on my birthday? Color me content.
Post 50
The truth is, adjusting to the empty nest the second time around has been easy. Having found my new passion, I was able to let my former self -- the full-time mommy of 20 years -- go peacefully, replaced by a mother of two grown people. I'm ready for anything now.