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➨Their answers have been nakedly honest and give hints to what adversity they have been through in their lives in order to arrive at where they are post fifty. I am in awe observing these ordinary extraordinary women simply cracking on with their multi-tasking lives. Seeing their positivity and willingness to embrace so much more in mid-life than our grandparents generation did in their entire lives. I am witnessing the variety of indomitable strength of character and humour shining through each and every set of answers. I am really excited at the prospect of sharing them on my website: theinvisibilitymyth.com very soon now, so that I can add to the debate of the mid life invisibility theory….
➨I spend a lot of time at the moment on social media, in the interests of *coughs* – research…Yeah, like its not my daily/nightly obsession anyway….So, I took a momentary pause for thought after reading this interesting ladies’ Lifestyle blog; thebarefacedchic.co.uk Cardiff based Michelle Lyndon-Dykes wonders in her ‘Are all bloggers turning into a cliche?’ post, whether we are effectively slaves to the machine driving algorhythms feeding us what they think we like. According to the media, marketing companies know us better than we know ourselves…… I concluded that I have made connections with such a diverse range of people of all ages and cultural backgrounds through my IG likes, and that any common obsessions are what provide that initial connection. Michelle says; ‘It’s surely how we present these things (we have in common) rather than the act of participation that makes us unique.’…. Beyond that, we ladies of ripe age are such an individual and feisty bunch, I would not DARE to suggest the word cliche – or indeed, the topic of my book – invisibility, without hearing screams of righteous indignation and derision spinning around the planet!