There's a fun little quiz over HERE -- 10 Things You Do That Make You Look 10 Years Older.
Of course I took it . . .
I plead guilty to the elastic waist pants (trousers to you Brits) . . . but does it count if no one sees the elastic waist due to the big shirts I always wear? (Yes, I know, it's really about being overweight and I plead guilty to that as well.)
Comfortable, non-stylish shoes (clogs) -- yep, that's me too. Non- negotiable. Travel clothes (Things that don't wrinkle) -- heck, that's pretty much my standard garb. I'm also a wearer of drugstore glasses. I'm hard on my reading glasses -- scratch them, lose them, break them. . . When the cheap glasses no longer allow me to read, I'll consider the pricey stylish frames at the opticians.
On the positive side, I don't wear my glasses on a chain around my neck; I don't wear wire-rimmed sunglasses; I don't wear animal prints (or any prints at all, come to think of it.) Nor do I wear a Speedo (as if!)
I don't travel with hard cover books, as a general rule. I love the way the Kindle lets me carry around a virtual library. And I don't consider myself a Luddite -- Luddites don't blog or do Facebook. (I admit I don't have a smart phone or an I-Pad -- that's a matter of economics rather than fear of technology.)
So, if those ten things make me look ten years older, and I only do four of them, does that just age me four years, making me look a spry 74?