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The Gift of Ageing: Making the Most of Life

Ageing is an interesting thing.

Now that I’m in my 60th year, I’ve become acutely aware of the fact that time is more limited than it ever has been. And, I’ve been thinking about how I want to spend my time.

What I’ve also noticed is that conversations with friends often tend to be about this too.

It’s an age and stage, right?

But, it’s not something I was prepared for.

I guess we’re not ready for the next stage when it arrives are we?

Right now I’m feeling as though this time of life has all of a sudden landed on my doorstep without any warning whatsoever. Now of course this is not true, but that is how it feels.

We can say this for many things in life can’t we?

We don’t know what a new career, being a parent, moving countries or cities, or life-altering illnesses  will be like until they are upon us.

This is life.

I find it fascinating to observe myself and my friends as I navigate this journey called life—the similarities between myself and others, and the differences.

What have you noticed about the ages and stages of your life?

With love,

Kathryn x



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