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Health: More Magazine Founder Speaks on Surviving Cancer, and Her 40s

I found a lovely blog, Breast Cancer Sisterhood, in which the author interviews a founding editor of More Magazine, Lois Joy Johnson. The piece is a nicely crafted perspective on health and beauty and what it all means after a cancer diagnosis.

“Cancer really rearranges your priorities. It makes you grateful for good health and encourages you to take care of yourself so that you’re healthy going forward. It’s great to look beautiful. We all want to be forever sexy and attractive. We’re the first generation of women in our 50s and 60s who look this way,” Johnson says in the interview.

Johnson is 50licious, but she’s got some great advice for those of us in our 40s. If we want to evolve in better shape, with more grace, fewer wrinkles and a touch more wisdom, we’ll listen to her.

Vanessa McGradyHealth: More Magazine Founder Speaks on Surviving Cancer, and Her 40s

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