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Top 20 Signs That You’re Definitely Getting Old
  1. Watching a period TV show, and thinking, “That was my childhood? That is how people dressed and acted?
  2. Wearing socks with sandals..(there’s really no need to do that!
  3. You like that Keith Richards looks the way he does.
  4. If you remember a time before cellphones, internet, computers, cable TV (not to mention if you ever used a real typewriter).
  5. Being surprised by how fast technology just keeps developing. That’s simply an old person thing.
  6. Knowing what a “ floppy disk” means.
  7. Wondering if you really ““look that old?”
  8. If your knee or back starts hurting literally, for no apparent reason.
  9. If the state senator is almost 10 years younger than you.
  10. Walking on the ice, and worrying you will break your hip.
  11. Holding your smartphone far away to read things, even with bifocals on.
  12. When hanging out with friends, the discussion often includes the latest surgeries.
  13. Desperately needing to take a nap in the afternoon (unless you live in Spain)
  14. Watching shows like The Daily Show and Late Night and not understanding half the pop culture references. (and having never heard of half of the guests)
  15. If you often say “Kids these days…”
  16. Hearing a song you grew up with, as a teen, playing on an “oldies” station.
  17. Waking up early on mornings that you could sleep in. Not by choice.
  18. Sometimes, you just need to sit down.
  19. Remembering when you got a daily newspaper delivered.
  20. Hearing yourself and you sound just like your mother.
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After Fifty Living™ was founded by Jo-Anne Lema, a genuine Boomer and member of the 50+ generation. As she likes to say, “Our enormous generation is charting new territory – we’re healthier, better educated, and more financially fit than any other generation at this time. And, as we march through history, 110 million strong – unique, new issues are developing. It’s exciting to be a part of the development and growth of AfterFiftyLiving.com. This is a historic solution for a historic generation.”

Jo-Anne spent many years in the financial and operations side of higher education after having received a doctorate in education management and administration from Harvard, and an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University. Launching out on her own, though, has been the fulfillment of a life dream. Jo-Anne believes that “AfterFiftyLiving™ will delight its visitors, catalyze its partners, and will significantly benefit those who engage it.”

Residing in New England along with her husband of 35+ years, she never ceases to brag about her two children and 4 grandkids!

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