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How to make the most of your success in later life
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It’s been 25 years since Karen Dobres last worked as a model. Could she harness her ‘grey power’ to once again make it in an industry driven by youth?
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It's a tradition to wear green on St. Patrick's Day, but this woman takes it to a whole new level: "I see myself in the future as the green lady."
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Email this pageAfter taking early retirement in their fifties, Faith and her husband, Alan, decided to retire to Mexico, but soon got restless. They now housesit professionally, moving from country to country for gigs—enjoying exploring the world and living a pared-down lifestyle out of one suitcase. Tell us a little about your background… I was...
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As you age, your friendships play a greater role in keeping you happy and healthy.
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Céline is the fashion brand named by Vogue as “achingly cool.” It’s the label where “all the season’s trends are born,” the magazine wrote in January. This year Céline chose Joan Didion to be the face of its spring line. Didion, whose two most recent books are about death and mourning, is 80. The subliminal message of the ad campaign is obvious: eat it, youth.
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