Tag: ageing population

The rise of the new unyoung

It’s the lot of our lot to figure it out nobody but us, the oldish, the unyoung, the new old, can work it out how to be the age we are when the age we are and the age we’re in are doubly strange. In the past a few individuals survived to a hundred years […]

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Once we were special

Once we were special because we were six six little girls all dressed the same all funny and noisy and naughty and cute. Now we are special because we are six old women all blessed the same all talky and thinky and lucky and winky and still THANK YOU GOD alive and thriving in our […]

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Long Song Of The Unyoung

What’s it all about? This is the story of you, as you are now or as you will be one day: unyoung. It looks like the story of me as I tackle the shock of me being old right now and watch the spooky movie of me getting even older sliding every day towards the […]

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Update on our survey of older bloggers: how and why they blog

The Older Bloggers’ Survey is now closed. I’ll leave this page here just for the record, and update you elsewhere when the results are clear. (Working on it!) People say the Older Bloggers Survey was fun, and we hope it will lead to new policies and opportunities related to the ageing population. We have made […]

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