Posted 23 September 2014 - 12:40 PM
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Posted 26 September 2014 - 02:30 PM
With 40 years of experience, you are now a bit wiser.
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Posted 21 February 2015 - 05:04 PM
Still have 5 more years to go.
parang lagpas ka na nga ng 50 eh.
Posted 27 February 2015 - 10:04 AM
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Posted 28 May 2015 - 12:43 PM
Lumalabo na yata paningin ko o baka lumalabo lang ang mundo
Edited by MRROUGHSEX, 28 May 2015 - 12:44 PM.
Posted 29 July 2015 - 04:15 PM
Life begins at 40, a new chapter of our life., a middle age.
Posted 12 September 2015 - 08:19 AM
owww hihintayin ko pa 22years bago ko mag 40 hahaha
goodevening to the room owner
Good evening din.
Here's what I've been doing since I turned 40 to slow down aging
-- Resigned as executive and restarted career as a staff ; as result, work is easier / less stressful
-- Working smart and paying for the house but not forgetting to have a good time every now and then (maybe once a month!).
-- Bonding with younger people to stay bagets and updated on technology
-- Working out / gym at least once a month / keeping body in shape
-- Growing my hair longer ala Josh Hartnett of Penny Dreadful
-- Listening to Cueshe and the like
Edited by MRROUGHSEX, 12 September 2015 - 08:20 AM.
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Posted 25 November 2015 - 12:53 PM
Nowadays, "over 40" is a style and not an age group. A gentleman in his 40s looks and acts younger than those in previous generations, and his fashion style should be as individual and distinctive as he is.
This is a vital and energetic time of life, and a man who embraces it will want to look as good as he can. Hot and trendy fads are better left to the 20-something; the man in his 40s will realize he looks good in styles that reflect his confidence and abilities both in his career and in his free time activities.
His fashion sense begins with his hairstyle. Is he sporting a long straggly ponytail or shaggy beard? Combing thinning hair over a bald spot? Today's fashionable 40-something man should wear his hair in a flattering style that doesn't try to hide his age, accepting that it is what it is. He will pay attention to details and eliminate stray neck and ear hairs, and extremely bushy eyebrows. He will find a lightweight product that will make his hair manageable without stiffness or greasiness.
The over 40 man will need to shop for clothes that are appropriate for his lifestyle. If he works in an office, he should find coordinates that he can put together to look successful and savvy. Shirts that have clean, sharp lines and wash well will give him a definite edge. Pants should not fit too tight or too baggy, but just give a straight lengthening line. A good belt, and especially some well-made, good fitting shoes kept neat and clean will give his image an added boost.
If he plays sports, his wardrobe should include shirts and pants appropriate to the activity and that wear well and look good too. No paint spattered t-shirts and tight fitting jeans, no shapeless sweats and torn knees, as these are better left behind as part of his youth. Pants should have enough rise to stay above the hips where they belong. You can get away with wearing the 'girl-attractive' hipster pants if and only if you have a 'to-die-for-abs.' Shoes that are kept neat and odor free are extremely important!
For evenings, he must include in his closet a few pieces that enhance his sexiness and show his woman that he cares enough for her to dress to impress her.
Fashion advice should be tailored to each individual. Today's 40 something man should find and use a wardrobe advisor who will steer him to the right clothes for his own body, a stylist who will provide the best advice on hairstyle and a good friend who will tell him what areas might need more attention.
People used to say the clothes make the man, but today it's the whole package clothes, hair, shoes, accessories, and of course the 'attitude.' The savvy guy learns and adapts.
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Posted 26 November 2015 - 11:00 AM
there's nothing wrong with being in your 40's. there are many people who are in their 40's who look younger than people in their 30's. instead of being anxious about our age, we should embrace it and age gracefully
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