Happy Birthday to me.

Age is a question of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter. ~Leroy “Satchel” Paige

I was minding……in the lead up to this birthday I minded a lot. I’ve had a few twitter chats about it and I realised how ridiculous I sounded.

I need to remember that the whole point of this blog was to follow my journey through my 40’s and that includes the downs as well as the ups, but for now I need to be up. Birthdays should be a celebration of your achievements and not a mourning for years gone by.

41

So I will continue to surprise those around me that discover my age and use my 41 years wisdom to guide my children, support my friends and enjoy my job and stop moaning about it. It’s an inevitability of life and I’ve decided to embrace it!

So, should I remain The40yearold for a decade on twitter or change my name every year, starting today with The41yearold?

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About freefallinginto40

I am 40 years old. I blog about how I'm coping with my "new" age at www.freefallinginto.com . I'm a married mother to two after years of infertility. I have a 6 year old called Pickle and a 3 year old called The Monster. I work 4 days a week. We are also planning a move to the country! I blog about that at www.ourmovetothecountry.wordpress.com
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12 Responses to Happy Birthday to me.

  1. rarasaur says:

    Eh, go for another decade. You can rock it. 🙂 Happy birthday!!

  2. Michelle (noseycow33) says:

    The 40ish old. Although, that means you could be 49. As you were. xx

  3. Sonya Cisco says:

    Happy Birthday! I am gonna make sure my 40s kick big hairy butt!

  4. Happy Birthday! I love ‘The 40 year old’- keep it for the next decade! Ps hope you’re being spoilt!

  5. hattydaze says:

    Hope it was a good one. 40, 41, we are wonderful wise women in our 40s and nobody needs to know exactly how old we are. I think the blog name should stay. x

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