Before she met her current boyfriend of 10 years, she dated almost as a form of exercise. “You have exercises that work, and some which work better,” she says. “And sometimes you change it up a bit.”
The horse, Kholton, and the condo in Park City are her respite. In love with the outdoors from a young age, she rides and skis to get away from the clutter of life. In short, she’s got life figured out. And given the job she has, she might be the coolest and most laid-back person I know.
“I like my age, and I like where I am,” she says. “I don’t want to be 20 again. I don’t want to be 30 or even want to be 40 again,” she says. “I’m old chronologically, but I don’t feel old.”
A society obsessed with youth culture is good business for Spas, and plastic surgeons, she says. She probably even sees a few examples walk into her store on a daily basis, though she’d be too polite to say that. In any case, she’s not worried about falling into the same trap.
“I don’t know what 58 feels like,” she says. “I don’t know how old I feel. I feel good. That’s how old I feel.”