11.13.2012

Beauty in Age



As I get closer and closer to 30 years old, I often wonder, am I aging well? Do I actually look older than my age? Should I be doing more things to help with the aging process?

Then, I take a step back and realize.....
that I do have a lot going on and it is a hectic season in life. Beyond that, I have a feeling it will be this way for the next 18 years. :) I know kids in the home put a lot on ones plate, but I'm looking forward to it.

Of course I want to age well and take care of myself. I want to feel good when I'm older and I want to feel confident in the way that I look when I'm older.

I remove my make-up every night. I have several serums, lotions and gadgets. I try to eat healthy and drink water.

However, right now, I'm definitely not itching for much "me time" to focus on aging. Being a mom is my full time job and I think I can find enough beauty in that to forgo how I look on some stressed out days or pajama days. Thankfully, I know my husband can too.

I think chasing Knox & Sloane and smiling at them all day will definitely keep my energy up and keep me active. True, it might add some smile lines, but those are totally worth it! I'd rather have smile lines than no lines at all!

I was prompted to think about aging after reading Olay's 60th Anniversary Message Points. They want women to feel proud of their age and not be afraid to tell people what it is. I think it's one of those never-ask-a-woman-her-age sayings that sometimes make women hesitant to tell their age when they shouldn't be!

One thing I truly feel like I've noticed in the past probably five years is that when I do hear a woman's age, the majority of the time I feel like she looks and/or acts younger. Now, this could be because I'm getting older, but I don't think women give themselves enough credit for being beautiful on the inside and out.

If you feel confident, it typically shows. There is nothing wrong with that. I think people with confidence carry themselves differently. Don't get me wrong, I think people can pretend, but to each their own, if they are happy, you know?

In getting older, when people ask me my age, I don't want to hesitate to tell them. I don't want to wonder if they will think I look younger or older than I actually am. I feel like age is just a number and the number of years is actually a number we need to be thankful for.

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210 comments :

  1. I feel proud of my age. Since I'm only 25 I'm sure that seems silly, and obvious- but I am. I think I "look" my age but also have accomplished a lot in my 25 years on this earth. The older I get, the more I seem to grow. I think confidence is the best thing a person can wear ;)

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  2. I am 32 and love it! Sometimes when asked my age I have to 'count it out' because I definitely don't feel 32.

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  3. I turn 31 next month and feel good about my age. I've been married for 11 years and will have our fourth daughter soon after my birthday. In the past 10 years I've served my country, gone to University, moved all over the country, and built a family. Being 31 years old feels appropriate and I'm excited to see what happens in the next ten years! That said, my face could use some work. The hard work has taken a toll.

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  4. I am 29 and excited for 30. I feel like I don't get taken seriously because I am not 30. I guess only a few more months!

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  5. I'm 45 and feel much younger thanks to my 13 year old daughter. I don't have a regular beauty routinembut I do try and take care of my skin to make sure I look my age, if not younger.

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  6. I just turned 30 last month, so far, 30 is treating me great! My 9 month old is finally sleeping a little better and that makes a big difference. =)

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  7. I can't believe I'm about to turn 63!! When I look in the mirror I think I look 15 years younger, and then I realize I'm not wearing my glasses, hah!! I am conscious of eating healthy and caring for my body and skin though, and I do believe, the most important asset in a woman's appearance is a beautiful smile on her face :)

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  8. I am 36 and most days still feel like I'm in my 20's! I hoping having my girls later in life will keep me young. :)

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  9. Well, it looks as if I'm the oldest so far to comment. I'm proud to say I'm 60. I use Olay products twice a day and love the results.

    Smiles,
    Carol (aka Nana)
    http://carolsheirloomcollection.blogspot.com/

    PS- I enjoy seeing the adventures of your sweet twins!

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  10. I was just 50 and I am ok with that!

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  11. I certainly am! There's nothing wrong with 22 :)

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  12. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/embellishology/status/268389190486609920

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  13. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/_sunnysprinkles/status/268389297139359745

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  14. I am 30 and have everything in life I really want - so yep, proud and happy!

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  15. I am proud of my age. Being in my thirties with kids and established as a teacher, I can relate to my students parents being a mom and I feel like I have a better grip of what I am doing in school.

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  16. I turned the big 30 this year. I also became a mother to my twin girls, so this year has been a great one. I can definately tell that I don't spend as much time on myself as before, but I am ok with that! Don't think I look 30, but some days I sure feel older than 30!

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  17. I'm proud of my age. I feel much older than I really am though. I'll be 22 soon. I'm married, have a baby girl and am in school to become a teacher. I love my life and I wouldn't change a thing!

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  18. I am so proud of my age. I recently turned 30 and wasn't like the rest of my friends who dreaded the big 3-0! I was ready for it. I felt like it was a new chapter in my life. My husband and I were new home owners and were ready to start a family. I welcomed 30 with open arms!

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  19. I love being in my thirties - I'm 32 in a few weeks!

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  20. I just turned 29 and have no worries about approaching 30 - i still feel like I am in college most days until i remember I am 8 months pregnant and have a 2 year old, hah! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. I'm 35 and pregnant with baby number 5. The kids help keep me young! I don't worry about age, just how I feel.

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  22. I'm not ashamed of my age. The way I see it, age is one thing we just can't avoid. Sometimes I feel old when I'm around other who are quite a bit younger than me. I'm not ashamed of how old I am though. Although, I still feel like I'm relatively young, at 34.

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  23. I'm proud of my age - 29. Age is just a number; it's how you feel inside that matters.

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  24. i'm 31 and really am not a fan of being "in my 30's" but i know i also feel about 25 and am in the best shape of my life!!

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  25. I'm proud to be 31. I had a sweet friend die of cancer when we were 24, and when I get down about my age, I think of how she would have given anything to watch her daughter grow and get older.

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  26. Some days I am proud and others I wonder how I got this old so quickly. I am only 33 but it feels like I am still just 21!

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  27. Awww good post! I am proud of my age! Just turned 30 and although I might not (think) I look as good as I did at 27 (thanks to a kid) I am still proud!

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  28. I am 31. I am okaaaaay with it, but it still hurts a bit when I realize how much older I am getting....

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  29. I do feel proud of my age. In my 28 years I feel as if I've accomplished much...the greatest of those accomplishments being my two beautiful children!

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  30. I am proud to be 40!My children, teenage and toddler daughters, keep me young.

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  31. I turned 28 this month and I'm very proud of where I'm at in life at 28. With a newborn at home I have noticed more wrinkles, and recently just bought some Olay products. They smell so good. :)

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  32. I'm 25, married, and have a precious 20 month old little boy. I've been through ALOT in the last 3 years so I'm proud to have made it to where I am today :)

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  33. I am 51 years old and I love every minute of it!

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  34. I'm 29. I'm excited for my 30's and watching my babies grow. I am proud of my age!

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  35. I have been doing a lot of reflecting regarding this question of age. I am turning 32 - and never in my life did I imagine at 32 I would have three perfect little people that came from me. While I am a few pounds heavier than I'd like to be, and maybe a laugh line I didn't expect to creep up, did... I take pride in me. Taking care of me. And I am proud to be 32 and happy and alive!

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  36. 28 and proud of it! My life now is WAY better than it was at 18, and I bet I'll be even happier at 38 :) Love my age!

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  37. 29 & proud! I'm excited for the next chapter in my life-30 & to see what fun it will bring!

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  38. I'm turning 30 next year, and it's beginning to bother me! I keep telling myself, age is only a number!! :)

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  39. I am proud of my age 43!!! I get a lot of dropped jaws when I say I'm that age. 40 was hard. I don't know why but now I'm embracing it!

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  40. twitted https://twitter.com/lickorice/status/268428715258687488

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  41. I'm proud to 48. It's just a number not how you feel and look at yourself. Live everyday to it's fullest and feel blessed to be here. Your twins are adorable. I have a twin brother so it has been a joy reading your blog. My parents had twins after being married for 5 years and were ready to adopt after a miscarriage when we were born. They didn't know they were having twins until we were born.

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  42. I am proud of my age and I use Oil of Olay, love it! Your family is beautiful!

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  43. I love my age. 46 and feel 26. I started running at age 45 and within one year of starting to run- I ran the Chicago 10 mile race and FINISHED. I want to look as great as I feel.
    Kelly
    Sitesx6@aol.com (mom of twins- a boy and a girl-who keep me young) :)

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  44. I will be 40 December 2nd. I think that women need to use a serum and a good moisturizer every day and night. I am currently using philosophy's miracle worker. LOVE IT!!! I've had people tell me that I look 30 not 40. Maybe i'm doing something right.

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  45. 27 going on 20!!! I feel great and not affraid to tell others my age!!! I am a wife, and a mommy of an 11 month old and love every minute of it!!

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  46. I turned 30 a few months ago. I feel proud of all that I have accomplished so far in this life. However, I often look way younger than I am since I tend to wear no make-up, have not the greatest skin, and wear jeans and a t-shirt almost every day.

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  47. Well, proud may not be the word that comes to mind, but I'm content and most women I know want to look younger. I just want to look nice. And, healthy.

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  48. I am 34 and fine with it because I am happier than I have ever been. A certain peace came with age for me, and I care so much less about looks now. It is a funny thing because women tend to think they look awful when they are in their early 20s- a time looks-wise many of us now wish we had appreciated! Ha

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  49. I'm 35 and totally fine with it because people never believe it when they find out how old I am. It's nothing to do with me or my beauty regimen though. It's definitely genetic as everyone in my family looks super young for their ages.

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  50. I'm 25 and i feel pretty young for my age, but I'm starting to realize i need to take MUCH better care of my skin, not skip on skin treatments, ect..

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  51. Yes! I am 34 so I don't feel like I am that old yet!!!

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  52. I am 68 years old and proud of it. I just had lunch with a few of the "girls" I went to high school with, all of whom are a year older than me. I was always the "baby" of our group. I've been told I don't look anywhere near my age, and while I don't dye my gray/silver hair, it is in a stylish 'do, and I wouldn't be caught dead without eye makeup or leave the house without lipstick. I also dress a lot younger than my friends, but try to stay away from overly trendy fashions.

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  53. My mom passed away in 2007 too young at 55 years old and that completely changed my outlook on age. Since then, I celebrate each birthday with pride because I am happy and grateful to be on this Earth for 1 more year! 38 years old and hoping for many more years!

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  54. At 27, I'm proud of my age because I know how far I've come and everything known and unknown that lies before me.

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  55. 42 and proud! I am also thankful for wisdom, experience and confidence that comes from knowing who you are making your way through life!!

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  56. I am 48 and am wise to realize that each year I have gained so many beautiful qualities. At heart I am still 20.

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  57. Fifty one and proud of it. I still have a great time with folks both younger and older than me.

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  58. I am very proud that I will be turning 30 next year! My very active 1 year old is going to keep me young at heart, no matter my age!! :)

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  59. I'm 32 and proud! I've learned a lot in my lifetime and appreciate even more the amazing gift of family and love.

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  60. I love being 44 and I don't have any issues with the number as it continues to move closer and closer to 50 and beyond. My oldest will be 20 on Sunday and my youngest will be 18 on Dec. 31st, so they keep me on my toes. Most of the time I feel like their sister and I have even been told that I look like their older sister. Age is a state of mind, so just keep thinking you are young and all will fall into place.

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  61. 29 and proud! Always wanted to get older.

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  62. I will turn 29 in about 6 weeks and I am so proud of my age. I have felt extreme happiness, deep sadness, love and am so happy with the place I am in my life. I think life and experiences only get better with age!

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  63. I just turned 37 and I'm proud of my age!

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  64. tweet:

    https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/268538341522296832

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  65. I like what you said about being thankful for your years. I am 31 and proud....I have learned a lot and accomplished a lot! Looking forward to mor years to come!

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  66. I am 19 and proud of it! Hopefully I stay proud of my age for a LONG time! :)

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  67. I just turned 39 and, while some days I feel older, most days I am proud of my age! I've gained knowledge and life experience that most people can't say they have at 20! ;) I'm also a proud mama of 2 kids and to say I wish I could go back in time would mean I'd lose time with them! No thank you! ;)

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  68. I am approaching 60 and I don't feel much older than the day I graduated inside. Of course if you look on the outside..you'd see the aging...lines, sagging jowl line, and other little tell=tale signs. But I am proud of all those wrinkles. I do suffer from really dry skin, but Oil of Olay to the rescue. I use their moisturizers each day and wear it under my makeup too! I am the grandmother of 6 and stay active by volunteering at their schools and helping with them as much sa possible. Thank goodness for aging. I would rather do that than the other options! 59 and waiting for the big 6-0! Glinda Majors

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  69. I am quite proud of my age! I am nearing my 30th birthday in March ~ SO proud of my amazing 14-month old daughter and our family! I hope to run a half-marathon before then! Of course, I have plenty to work on...but my daughter makes me proud everyday! :)

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  70. I am VERY proud of my age...22 years young. At 22 I have almost completed my degree in Psychology/Social Work, which means a full time school load, I work two jobs, three if you count babysitting.. I have endured 2 really really tough deployments with my boyfriend, as well as 3 different duty stations. Some days I feel 200, other days I am happy I am 22 and still young and learning.

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  71. I can't say I was always the most confident and proud person, but, I can happily now say, that, yes, I am very proud of my age as it has definitely made me more mature, confident, wiser, patient, caring, understanding, nurturing, loving, etc person...all of these have helped mold me into the mother I feel like is mostly a good role model for my daughters who are my biggest blessings, a better daughter to my parents, a greater sister to my siblings, and a friend to others. I know I am not perfect, but all the imperfections, lines, wrinkles, etc are a reminder of the tears, laughter, joys, mistakes, opportunities, battles, etc that got me to the place I am very happy to be in at the moment!

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  72. I am about to turn 32 and couldn't be prouder! I love the decade of the 30's!!

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  73. I am 32 and I am proud of my age because I look and feel younger

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  74. https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/268575006693392385

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  75. I turned 30 this year and I couldn't be more excited! My 20's rocked and I'm determined to make my 30's even better!

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  76. I am 53 (almost 54) and I embrace every single line and wrinkle on my face (well, ok I really don't EMBRACE them but I don't freak out and sign up for laser treatments!). This year has certainly tasked me greatly - I believe that my grief over losing my son shows on my face. I see it everyday I look in the mirror. But that's ok - there are others who wear these same scars of grief too.

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  77. I am almost 32 and my thirties have been the best! I am proud of my age and I know there are great things in store for the years to come!

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  78. I am proud of being 33! I remember my 30th birthday approaching and being overwhelmed with a sense of dread...I felt like I hadn't accomplished much or was where I should be in my life...and then a few short weeks after my birthday my mom passed away at just 67 yrs old...I realized then that life is to short and even though I would love more me time and definetly could take better care of myself...I am busy being mom to 4 amazing little boys...and that makes me feel beautiful!

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  79. I always wonder how old people think I am. I THINK I'm aging gracefully! ;) I'm 31 and 100% okay with it! :) I have a great husband, two beautiful children, a wonderful relationship with God/people at church and am all around content! :)

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  80. I am proud of my age and the years God has blessed me with!
    family74014 at gmail dot com

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  81. I am proud of my age:) I am also almost 30, but I think your lines are something to be proud of! If I have smile lines I am proud, I have had a blessed and happy life:) If I wrinkles it's from taking care of sweet son and wonderful husband and if I get a wrinkle from the chaos so be it:)

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  82. I dont feel my age, 33 and sometimes I feel as if I am 23 but I think that is great. I am proud of my age and I feel like each year is a blessing.

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  83. I am proud of my age. 30 is a great age to be! It's like the new 21. Do I wish my body was back to my 16 year old self? Sure!! But God gave me a healthy body. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  84. I view my pride in my age based on where I am in my life. At 29 1/2, I'm exactly where I want to be. Ask me again in May! Thanks for hosting!

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  85. tweet: https://twitter.com/akronugurl/status/268759684989726720 .

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  86. im 28 and feel old but im trying to lose the baby weight i gained

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  87. I am proud of my age...I am 38. I really don't dwell on getting older...just focus on living life to the fullest and being in the moment with my husband/kids/friends.

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  88. I'm 26 and so proud of what I have accomplished at my age! I have 2 beautiful kids and an amazing husband. Also, I look about 5 years younger than my actual age, so I hope this works to my advantage as I age!

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  89. I am very proud! I am proud of all God has done for me and my family!!! 30 is a GREAT age and you really know yourself and stand confident!!

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  90. I'm 28 and look my age but I can credit my few forhead wrinkles to my sun worshipping days (daily SPF now!). I married my high school sweet heart & we have a 14 month old daughter and a baby on the way so I'm not really dreading 30 like I thought I would. It's nice to be in a good place in life. :)

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  91. I just turned 32 last month and while turning 32 for some reason hurt a bit more than turning 30 or 31 did, it felt great when I was the only one at a table full of friends who are the same age who got carded. Who knew I'd feel relieved at being carded one day?!? I'm hoping I age as gracefully as my mom has!

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  92. I am actually proud of my age. I while I feel like I look more tired, which I entirely blame on teaching...I am a proud 26:)

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  93. I am proud of my age but not a big fan of the lines that come with it!

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  94. I'm a very proud 42 year old and just feel so blessed !! Woot Woot! :0)

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  95. I am 28 and feel young but not looking forward to 30. I have always looked older so people already think Im 30 so I guess Im trying to hold on to my 20s as long as I can! I fear wrinkles too.

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  96. I'm 29 and i'm proud of my age! I just saw a friend that I hadn't seen since 6th grade and she said I still looked the same so I am feeling pretty good about myself!

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  97. I am 30..loving every minute of it. Even though I know 31 will be even better!

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  98. I will hit the big 50 next year and I am proud of every year!

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  99. I'm turning 30 in March and am a bit nervous, ha! I agree though, I definitely don't think I act 30, and I'm still getting carded - so it could be worse :)

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  100. I am going to be 27 soon... I've reached my late 20's but honestly I don't feel it. I have a few years to prepare for the "big 3-0" :) I am proud of how old I am.

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  101. I'll be turning 31 this next week... hitting 30 is hard... and I've realized I really need to treasure my skin, hair and body so I can age gracefully.

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  102. I'm 32 and have no problems with my age! I still feel like I'm in my twenties!

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  103. I'm 26 and so so happy! This is a fantastic stage of my life! I have a husband of 4 years and my baby just turned 1. What more could a girl want?

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  104. I'm proud of my age and the things I have done in the past 25 years.

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  105. i'm 29 but it's just a number...
    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  106. tweeted: https://twitter.com/thismomwins2/status/269923741331505152
    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  107. I am proud of my age (42) and for creating an amazing daughter that I marvel at every day!

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  108. yes! i am proud to be turning 25 next week! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  109. https://twitter.com/DesMoinesDealin/status/270045718545305600 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  110. Sort of proud to be 45 :)
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  111. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/270301555989815297
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  112. Yes, I'm proud to be 34.
    mom22girlz at ymail dot com

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  113. tweeted https://twitter.com/mom22girlz/status/270326245596737536
    mom22girlz at ymail dot com

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  114. I am almost 28 and proud of my age, as I near 30. I have an amazing job, husband, and two year old daughter and look forward to the years ahead.

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  115. I'm in my 30s and am proud of it.

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  116. https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/270392342161260544

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  117. I have a hard time being proud of my age

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  118. I am proud of my age for sure! Every year is another adventure! :)

    deeg131 at gmail dot com

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  119. tweeted https://twitter.com/DeeGee13/status/270401218386468864

    deeg131 at gmail dot com

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  120. I am only 27 but have seen some wrinkles...but you know what, who cares!! haha! They just mean I've lived a good life so far, right?! :)

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  121. I don't mind shouting out my age--I feel I earned every year and am proud of it!!! I'd love to visit every state in the U.S. Thanks for a chance to win and have a great day!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  122. Yes, I am proud of my age, because at 34 I have accomplished many of my goals and I am enjoying life.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  123. tweet
    https://twitter.com/kellysaver/status/270671129839022082

    kellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  124. I'm proud of my age! I'm 28 and am actually looking forward to getting older instead of dreading it.

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  125. Yes! I am proud of my age. I'm 27, and I feel happy with where I am in life.

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  126. I feel great about my age! I am pushing 38 but do not look or feel like it. I have two Littles that keep me feeling young (and at times very,very tired:))not to mention how awesome it feels when I tell someone my age and they assume I am much younger :)

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  127. Yes, proud of my age of 27 and been able to birth my first child :)

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  128. Im absolutely proud of my age! I'm 21 and I think I look it but I also look like the mom that I am!! :)

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  129. I'm ok with my age, I wish I've accomplished more for my age, I'm working on doing better. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.
    songyueyu at gmail

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  130. tweet: https://twitter.com/syytta/status/271521301531865088
    songyueyu at gmail

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  131. I am 54 and celebrate with laughing each day. I am proud of all the things I have accomplished in my lifetime. Still have dreams on my bucket list.

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  132. I'm 29 and I'm almost where I want to be. I learn more about myself and life each day and that makes me happy.

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  133. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/271724170579161088
    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  134. I am thankful to still be in my 20s!

    chambanachik at gmail dot com

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  135. I am proud of my age though a lower number would be nice.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  136. I am proud of my age! I always thought when I was younger that people over the age of 20 were old and being that I am in my mid-thirties I feel great, look great and know that I am the happiest I have ever been!
    chacoyaguayo(at)yahoo(dot)com
    Thank you for the opportunity(:

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  137. I am proud to be 51.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  138. I am proud of my age
    merleandtina@Yahoo.com

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  139. https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/272754786149990400
    merleandtina@Yahoo.com

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  140. Sure! I worked hard to learn lessons in my life. Nothing to be ashamed of!!

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  141. I am proud of my age--at 32, I've earned every single upcoming wrinkle and grey hair. There are a few things I wish I hadn't done, but a few things I would certainly do over :)

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  142. I just turned 30 and I thought I would have a hard time but so far I am loving it!! It has been one of the best years yet :)

    tnboes1@gmail dot com

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  143. I'm 35...no grey hairs, but a few wrinkles. I'm ok with my age. I've done a lot and am happy with my family.

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  144. I always thought that I would actually "feel" like a grownup when I git my 30's, but so far at 31 I still feel like a kid at heart! :-)

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  145. Well, I can certainly relate to the somecard that I have seen floating around that says: I miss being the age where I thought I would have my s*#t together by the age I am now. I am 31 and it is honestly hard to believe because I do not feel like I should be that old, so I suppose that I am ok with it! I have a house and a job and a family and all of the things that come with being an adult, but I just don't see how it's possible! I guess thats a good thing, right!?

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  146. I thought by the time I was 26 I could be in a totally different place of just getting married, thinking about kids. Instead I have been married for 5.5 years, have a 4 year old and have bought then sold 1 house. I am always told that I act older then my age, but attribute that to the way my parents raised me. Any age can look GREAT on any one when they reach that age - ONLY if they act said age.

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  147. Even though my daughter tells me the picture on my badge is not me but daddy's girlfriend ( it is a 10yr old picture and in her defense I was his girlfriend when it was taken) I don't feel 35. Best part of 35 was when my 16year old told me I looked 10years younger than Brittany Spears, although that's not too hard.

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  148. At 31 weeks pregnant I'm proud of my age and my body! 27 is great : )
    Carrienewman85 at gmail dot com

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  149. https://twitter.com/Dnay/status/273572543452045312

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  150. I don't think 47 feels much different than any other age. i have the experience to handle situations that might have been difficult years ago.

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  151. I'm 36 and feel like I did in my 20s, albeit more tired now that I'm chasing two kids!

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  152. I'm proud of my age. I'm 34 and still get carded! Hey, I'll take it as long as I can get it! :)

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  153. I was just talking to someone about my age because I turn THIRTY in 12 days!!! Yikes!!! However, I am excited to be reaching this milestone...I feel settled, accomplished and young still. Now that we have a baby and good jobs, all of the things that "mattered" before aren't as important anymore. I love getting older and learning more about myself; it makes me laugh to think back on my 20's and see how much I have changed!

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  154. I'm stepping into another big milestone in a couple of months and I'm definitely proud of my age! :) At least, I'm feeling and looking younger than my real age.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  155. tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/uTry_it/status/273907797073215488

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  156. I really don't think about it to much. It doesn't bother me that I am 54.

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  157. Tweeted

    https://twitter.com/gmissycat/status/274304184826859521

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  158. I love being in my 30s! at 31 I feel like I'm just getting started!

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  159. https://twitter.com/channynn/status/274521090309632000

    tweet!

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  160. I started using Olay when my girls where young. Their school needed a crossing guard and I was the lucky mom to do it. Living in Florida the sun was brutal. So I read some reviews and started using Olay because it also had sunscreen. Now (still using Olay everyday) I am 47 and when I tell people about my daughters wedding they always say they didn't think I was old enough to have grown children!

    ~Brenda

    http://www.9teen87sPostcards.blogspot.com

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  161. I am 36 and I would love to go on a Caribbean Cruise!!

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  162. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/bdiane35/status/275789631264530432

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  163. tweeted http://www.blogher.com/frame.php?url=http://www.inthiswonderfullife.com/2012/11/beauty-in-age.html

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  164. I am proud of my age! I hope a trip to Italy is in my future!

    wildorchid985 @ gmail dot com

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  165. tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/276006218626121728

    wildorchid985 @ gmail dot com

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  166. I am proud of the knowledge I've gained in the past 34 years and excited about everything more I will learn! So I suppose I'm neither proud or ashamed of my age.

    wolverina401 at gmail dot com

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  167. I just turned 30 a few months ago, and I blogged about how I felt like I finally had "street cred." I feel more empowered somehow, now that my age starts with a "3" instead of one of those crazy "2's."

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  168. I'm 49 and proud of it! It took a lot of work to get here.

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  169. Very proud to be 38 and all the knowledge and living that has come with it.
    huntandride@hotmail.com

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  170. https://twitter.com/jen_r_horn/status/277129063066398720
    huntandride@hotmail.com

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  171. I'm 30 and proud of it.
    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  172. https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/277561297078476800
    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  173. I'm proud to be 60 yrs young!

    hlee99 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  174. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/leedhowell/status/277608727497015297

    eugeniewu at gmail dot com

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  175. I am older then Olay and enjoying the freedom age brings

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  176. Blogged http://sodahoney.blogspot.com/2012/12/blogger-stories-and-100-visa-gift-card.html

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  177. I'm 32 and I love it! I feel 25 most days so when people ask I always have to stop and think! :)

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  178. I am 38 and proud of it! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  179. I am 38 and proud of it! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  180. I'm 32 and feel great about the way my skin looks!

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  181. I just turned 30 and so it's treating me well! So, yes!

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  182. I am 30 and several people say I look younger. I am 30 and very proud of it!

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  183. I am very proud to be 72 and healthy and I would shout it out to the world.

    marybug2@yahoo.com

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  184. I also tweeted here:

    https://twitter.com/marybug2/status/278295158909460481

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  185. I honestly forget how old I am sometimes. I'm only 28 and getting proud to be close to 30, but I truly just don't care a ton!! Sometimes I have to think what year I was born to remember my age :)

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  186. I'm usually pretty proud of my age - often people think I'm younger than I am.

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  187. I let everyone know I'm 64 and I swim 3 times a week.
    Thanks for the contest.


    slehan at juno dot com

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  188. blogged:
    http://slehan.blogspot.com/2012/12/win-100-visa-from-olay-blogher.html

    slehan at juno dot com

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  189. I'm 72 and proud of it. I'm not as active as I used to be but, even so, I'm doing much better than many others of my age. I'm still working full time and most of my co-workers think I am much younger than my calendar age.

    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  190. I'm proud that at 35 I have such and amazing family and business. The years have brought so many of my goals to reality and I cherish each year.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  191. I Tweeted: https://twitter.com/lisalmg/status/279057330757308418
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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