Fifty--Bring It On

Fisher, Carrie
September 2006
Harper's Bazaar;Sep2006, Issue 3538, p316
The author reflects on aging. She claims that at 50, women suffers a transformation called chicken neck. She suggests that women should not worry about the physical transformations brought by aging but instead think that as people grow older they have gained perspective and wisdom from experience and endless observations.


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