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This collection of fascinating lives will remind you that it’s truly “never too late.” Here are some examples:
At age 36, Julia Child savored her first French meal. It changed her life and ours. There would be no Food Network without her! At age 37, after years selling pencil sharpeners, Edgar Rice Burroughs published Tarzan. At age 39, when her husband couldn’t find funds, Bertha Benz took his invention, the automobile, on the very first road trip.
At age 48, Susan Boyle electrified the world with her voice. At age 49, English character actress Liz Smith got her big break. And at age 50, after twenty years as a personal assistant, Bram Stoker wrote Dracula.
There’s a granny who took up competitive hip-hop dancing at age 64, one who became a famous nightclub DJ at age 68, and one who her ran her first marathon at age 86.
These are some of the intriguing people you’ll meet in this collection from the popular blog, LaterBloomer.com. In the garden of life, the “late-blooming” flower blossoms right on time. And so will you!