50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNI have had a blast out in Las Vegas. To tell you he truth, I have never had the desire to visit Las Vegas, and if there hadn’t been a Rodan and Fields Convention, I probably would not have ever come.  But, it has been fun and very tiring. The flapper look was for a Great Gatsby party that I attended on Friday night. Fizz’s Champagne bar at Caesar’s Palace was closed just for our private party.  It was over the top, crazy, fun???50 IIS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNOur first night here, we went to a private party at Mandalay Bay. This was a party that was hosted by some of our upline’s in the company. We had about 30 ladies attend, and it was so interesting to hear all about their journey. Everyone has their own story to tell, and their own motivation for being involved with Rodan and Fields. I wore a dress that I have had for several years; you can’t really tell from the photo, but it is has cold shoulders. Because I am writing the post from an IPad, I am unable to add links to sites, but if you have something specific you are interested in, send me an email, and I will try to link you up on Tuesday, after I catch my breath.  I can tell you that the Art Deco necklace is by Stella and Dot.50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNWe stopped at a little outdoor cafe at the Venetian. Great food, but they no longer serve the hot potato salad that we went for. Lol! The Tuscan Tea, however made up for my disappointment. After our lunch, we went for a gondola ride, which was pretty cool.50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNThis is the ceiling in the Bellagio, it is all made of glass and is very colorful.   50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNThis was the “talking” tree in the conservatory. There were some gorgeous floral arrangements and some beautiful displays.50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNThese humongous pumpkins really caught my eye. The largest pumpkin weighed in at 941 pounds!!!  That is just crazy!50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWN50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNProbably the coolest thing we did while we were here, was taking a 3 hour limo tour. We went to see the volcano eruption at the Mirage, and that was very sweet. You could feel the heat from the eruption on your face. Then we made our way over to see the fountain show at the Bellagio. Gorgeous❤️❤️❤️.  We were dropped off at Freemont Street and this was where my mouth dropped open. It was totally wild and crazy. I expected scantily clad women, but not topless women. My, my, my!50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNThis is what I wore on the limo ride. I have had this little Python print dress for years, but I have never had an occasion to wear it. The bright red Bakelite necklace popped off of the print. 50 IS NOT OLD | OUT ON THE TOWNNo trip to Las Vegas would be complete without going to the famous sign. This was some of the women I stayed with in Las Vegas. From left to right is, me, Krissie, Karen, Leigh Ann, Ashley, and Caitlyn. There were two more, Beth and Caroline, that went to another function.

This whole trip was so much out of my comfort zone. Flying, staying on the 37th floor (I hate heights), rooming with 6 women I had never met before, and being 20 years older than all of them, we’re all challenges I had to face.  You know what, I did it! I grew as a person, and I loved it?

My mantra has always been, Age is an Attitude, Keep Yours Young but for some reason I only wanted to apply that to my fashion, not my life. This weekend I applied it to my life. I am so glad that Joe encouraged me to go and gave me the push I needed.

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  1. Caroline wrote:

    Oh my goodness Tania, you look stunning in your black dress! I’m so happy that your trip went well, you’re back home safely now with lots of lovely memories to look back on. It’s good to shake things up and step out of our comfort zones now and then, it keeps us alive!

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  2. Rena wrote:

    It sounds like you had a blast and your trip was a very different way to experience LV.


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  3. Oh wow Tania this looks like awesome fun – love all your pictures.

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    Have a fabulous start to the week!

    xx Yvonne

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  4. Looks like so much fun! I am glad you enjoyed it!

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  5. Lisa wrote:

    You look amazingly stunning in your cold shoulder black dress. I’m so glad you had a blast. I never had a desire to go to Vegas until my husband went on a business trip and took me… changed my whole outlook. ~Lisa~

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  6. Doreen Bednarski wrote:

    Every outfit is a showstopper! You look incredible! I can’t imagine you feeling out of your comfort zone due to age Tania, you are so bubbly and happy. You would fit in anywhere with anyone. You look beautiful in the picture with the other ladies. I’m happy that the trip was so enjoyable for you, making the flight and 37th floor (yikes) all worth it!

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  7. Audrey wrote:

    So glad you had a great time! My guess is you left those young ones in the dust and partied hearty. Wonderful outfits, too!

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  8. Dianne wrote:

    Love the Art Deco necklace. Gorgeous and simple all at the same time. Love seeing your pics from Vegas. I would love to go but I have never been and I know that I will not be ever going but I love to see pics where people travel.

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  9. Glenda Braun wrote:

    So glad you had a great time. Would have been way out of my comfort zone too for all the reasons you mentioned for you. Loved the pictures.

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  10. hinesley7 wrote:

    Great job on your outfits! I really love the black dress, but you look great in all of them.Those 30 somethings have nothing on you.

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  11. Jill Stanwick wrote:

    What an adventure! You saw a lot in your short stay. Too bad about the potato salad. Great outfits!

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  12. Kimberly wrote:

    After pouring my morning coffee, your blog is always the first I visit and it never disappoints! You looked like you had the BEST time in Las Vegas and you looked fabulous in every outfit!

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  13. Angie wrote:

    It looked liked a fabulous time!!! You looked gorgeous!!! The outfits were stunning on you!

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  14. Marsha wrote:

    Does R&F say anything about tiny broken capillaries on cheeks? I use the redefine but the redness of the capillaries is not improving.

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  15. Linda wrote:

    Sounds like a wonderful trip, except for 6 to a room??? How in the world did that work? I’m a retired teacher, and anytime our district had to pay for hotels, we had 4 to a room. I cannot imagine men ever being asked to do that! I’m pretty sure they would refuse!

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  16. Janice wrote:

    Love the little black dress and would like to hear the details of where to find it.

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  17. Melesa Garrison wrote:

    What fun! You were smokin’ HOT in the black dress! I can’t believe you would feel uncomfortable with younger women as you look so great! I would feel uncomfortable not knowing anybody and staying on the 37th floor…yikes! I too am scared of heights. Looks like you had an amazing time. I have never had a desire to go to Las Vegas, ever, but you may have changed my thinking on this. Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait for you to share the other experiences with us.

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  18. Mel W. wrote:

    Love your black party dress outfit – Where did you get those fly shoes?

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  19. Thanks for sharing your fabulous time in Vegas w/us “not-so-world-travelers” who are also afraid of flying, heights & staying w/people we don’t know! You go girl!

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  20. Dianne wrote:

    Fabulous update on your trip to vegas. I visited many many years ago during the energy crisis and none of the lights were on on the strip, but it was still an exciting trip just the same. You look beautiful in that black dress, in all outfits!! Glad you had a wonderful time!

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  21. nina in Ky wrote:

    Love the black dress… you look fabulous!! Sounds like Vegas lived up to its reputation. So glad that you had a great time.

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  22. Glenda wrote:

    I have just starting following you. I lie in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I really connect with your style sense.

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  23. Debra wrote:

    So glad you enjoyed your visit to Vegas. I’ve been to Freemont Street many times and have never seen what you did. It is a fun place to people watch. Vegas has much to offer other than the strip. I remember the first time I visited and it was like another world. Never thougt I’d live here. I’ve been here nine years and never run out of new things to see and experience.

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  24. Robin Moore Anders wrote:

    So glad your time in Vegas has been enjoyable and you learned a positive about yourself, to stay young at heart, not just your dress! I was hesitant when we went (southern baptist upbringing) but I plowed thru…haha. I have several friends I’d like to share your blog with . If I can’t figure it out, I’ll let you know! Your pics were gorgeous , I can actually see the difference R&D has made. Your skin is glowing. Robin

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    • Tania wrote:

      Thanks Robin? I was like you, I never had a “want” to go to Las Vegas, but it was a lot of fun with all the girls. I love being shared! LOL!!!

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  25. Karleen wrote:

    You look absolutely fabulous in these pictures. I’ve been working quite a bit, so haven’t had a chance to send many messages. I’m glad you had a great time.

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