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What you do after 50 can be just as amazing as what you've done before 30.

It's time to disrupt aging.

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New solutions are helping us age differently. How will they change our lives?

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Everywhere, people are reinventing what it means to age. What can we learn from these disruptors?

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Carmen Bardeguez-Brown, who transitioned from teacher to poet at 56, says this about aging naturally: “Who in the world wants to be young forever? To me, passion and love have no expiration date.”

Still a professor and now a fashion icon celebrity, Lyn Slater started her blog, Accidental Icon, to speak to “women who are smart, creative, fashion-forward, fit, engaged, and most importantly, comfortable with who they are.”

Deemed too old by the industry, actor Mariann Aalda reinvented herself as a standup comedian and live performer in her 60s. She has reclaimed the career she loves and empowers women of all ages through activism ??? and laughter.

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