40 Reasons To Enjoy Turning 40 A NEW study has revealed 40 is the age when people are most likely to get depressed, so here are some reasons to be cheerful about hitting the big 4 000:00, 30 JAN 2008Updated09:09, 1 JUL 2012Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA NEW study has rayb ban revealed 40 is the age when people are most likely to get depressed.
The pressures of bringing up kids, price for ray ban sunglasses relationships and ageing can leave people feeling miserable. But, if like Hollywood actress Ashley Judd you're about to turn 40, it's not all doom and gloom. Here Lisa Adams looks at the reasons to be cheerful about hitting the big 4 01 LET'S face it, 40 is the new 30 because people are living longer. Centenarians will become unexceptional within your lifetime, and the average life span around the world is double what it was 200 years ago.2 THERE'S no need to join Facebook or Bebo you know who your friends are already.3 YOU'RE already on the property ladder which means you can actually afford to buy a house.4 YOU'RE the first generation to benefit from the pill.5 TAKE some inspiration from talented actress Sharon Stone, who celebrates the big 5 0 in March. Actress Michelle Pfeiffer hits her half century in April and Madonna is 50 in August. Dame Helen Mirren, 62, is at the top of her game and will always be older than you.6 YOU owned a Chopper bicycle.7 YOU were around when Scotland beat England at Wembley in 1967.8 THE first man landing on the moon in 1969 was a part of your childhood.9 YOU can still remember how to write a letter and even know how to spell.10 YOU may even have a final salary pension scheme.11 YOU can remember ray ban rb4057 when telly had only two channels, but you could always find something to watch that wasn't a ray ban rb4075 repeat.12 YOU'RE wiser too. After decades of risking burn out by saying yes to everyone, you should finally have learned to look after yourself and say 'no' occasionally.13 FOR men, don't despair that your football ambitions are over more and more footballers are playing into their forties. Celtic boss Gordon Strachan played Premiership football until he was 40, while England star Teddy Sheringham still plays football at 41.
Sir Stanley Matthews played until he was 50.14 MARTINA Navratilova won two grand slam titles in her forties the mixed doubles at Wimbledon and the Australian Open in 2003 aged 46.15 LADIES, the biological clock isn't ringing just as loud as it used to Nicole Kidman (40) and Halle Berry (41) are both expecting.
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