Is it true for you that some of the things you use to do as you aged, you no longer do?
And some things that you use to do but no longer did you start doing again?
As you get older, health problems can make some things harder or more difficult.
Even in your twenties or thirties, the time commitment of children makes things like travel and spontaneity much harder.
When the kids are grown and out of the house, that freedom of action returns.
Yes, it is true for me. During my teenage, I would like to play cricket, video games and tasting sweets. Now I am 23 and all of these things don't seem to be enjoying at all to me.
Unfortunately yes. I did lots of art and crafts before I had kids and always thought I would do lots of crafts with them. When they were small we used to do crafts but it was of course suited to their ages, and now they are not really interested. I really should go back to it, I have so many materials just sitting around. It's also really relaxing to make things.
by Jenna Ditsch 5 years ago
What are some healthy snacks that are satisfying, taste good, and don't take long to prepare?Looking for some healthy alternatives--bored of the same old carrot sticks and almonds!
by ar93451 6 years ago
I DO NOT know who my parents and relatives are what dna test do i do.It's a long storyAsked question incorrectly previously
by sikaruku 7 years ago
I am a heavy eater 23 years old. recently i have lost my appetite and can no longer eat even...half as much as I usually eat. does this give me a reason to worry?
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
What has been the greatest challenge for you to overcome?
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