Learn how to age beautifully and happily with Katie CouricBy Katie Couric
Left: Baby-faced Katie in 1984 and today.
I've been told I have nice gams. I'm a little embarrassed to type that sentence, but from the knee down, I've got it going on. (It's genetic-all the women in my family have good calves!) I also have a baby face, which has been a blessing and a curse throughout my career. When I first started out in TV, nobody wanted me on the air, because I looked like a teenager dressed up in her mom's business suit. Photo Courtesy of Andrew Eccles.
Thirty years later, I'm grateful for my baby face. These days, it serves me well. Both friends and strangers will comment that I look good for my age, and ask, "What's your secret?" It isn't particularly shocking or glamorous: I work out at spinning classes, but I don't go every day. I watch what I eat, but a cupcake occasionally slips under the radar. At work, I have a fantastic makeup artist and stage lighting that could safely land a 747 in fog. While I'd like those lights to follow Read More »from Getting Older Gracefully