Lindsay Lohan is on the brink of change. She’s engaged, she’s writing a book, producing an album, thinking about starting a charity, thinking about having kids, and hitting the big 3-0.
The times they are a' changin', but, make no mistake: You aren't. Especially if you're over 30, because at that point you're too old and set in your ways to do anything transformative about your personality. Sorry.
In a new column, Doree Shafrir reflects on life in her thirties. But in the first installment, she goes back to her twenties and finds that her 22-year-old self maybe wasn't so clueless after all.
I used to like the idea of "30 is the new 20." It made aging seem less scary. But that's when I was younger and more likely to buy into utter bullshit.