How many people over the age of 50 would want to be younger..? The answer is none.
How many people over the age of 50 want to feel younger and more energetic…?
The answer is everyone.
If we take care of our bodies and minds ; if we eat right ; if we drink in moderation ; if we do some exercise ; if we enjoy peace of mind … then there is every chance that that some of those feelings of being “young again” can be achievable.
We can never turn the clocks back and we don’t want to but those who are not our age, but think they know us, actually believe we DO want to turn the clocks back. They don’t understand we have no desire to relearn all those life lessons – what we want is to have new experiences and a body fit enough to make the trip!
There is no denying that our bodies do try to tell us when they need attention. The trick is to learn to listen to that squeaky knee and drown out the pleading for chocolate cake! To this end look forward to posts on nutrition, fitness, travel and wellness.
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