*The '70s because I don't remember much of the first go 'round!
*The '50s. Not sure why. Simplicity?
*The '70s -- they seemed like fun.
*I'd probably like to be born in the late '30s. For mostly the very shallow reason that I love the clothing in the '40s and '50s and would love to be young then, but also so I could see Woodstock and a lot of other shows.
*I'm glad I live now, to be honest. I could say a prior decade -- but then, I'd not have all the advantages and technology and wisdom and experience I've gleaned from 7 decades of life. I'd miss my computer and smartphone and being able to access information so quickly -- but most of all, the ability to communicate with people over long distances quickly and easily. I'd not be able to live as an independent woman without having to rely on someone to support me, as was the case in earlier decades. My mom's generation, for example.
How do you beat the winter blues? What tips and tricks do you have?
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