20 x 40 Must-do’s for Trini women

Many women dread getting older. They are obsessed with the ticks and tocks of their biological clocks. Marriage, family, beauty and general health, their physical bodies are major variables in the equation of these outcomes.

Then there are other preoccupations such as career goals and asset accumulation. When will I acquire a new home? When will I get that big promotion? A car? A condo?

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Big ride, big ride! I have been longing for it for months now and I can’t wait to jump on and rev real hard through the mud!

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Gracias dios por 50 años! (Thank God for 50 years)

So exclaimed National Parang Association of Trinidad and Tobago (NPATT) President Alicia Jaggasar on the eve of the Association’s 50th anniversary celebration. Tomorrow will mark exactly half a century since the association was formed on April 19, 1971.