Tuesday, June 01, 2010

AGE 60 IS THE NEW 30

toddlindacrframedsidebar OF COURSE LINDA IS MUCH YOUNGER THAN I AM ( I ALWAYS DID LIKE YOUNGER WOMEN LOL),BUT WITH SMILES LIKE THAT I WOULD SAY WE ARE BOTH PRETTY HAPPY.

Old Is the New Happy

By TARA PARKER-POPE

Like a fine wine, happiness apparently improves with age, as Nicholas Bakalar reports in today’s Science Times.

People start out at age 18 feeling pretty good about themselves, and then, apparently, life begins to throw curve balls. They feel worse and worse until they hit 50. At that point, there is a sharp reversal, and people keep getting happier as they age. By the time they are 85, they are even more satisfied with themselves than they were at 18.

To learn more, read the full story:http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/05/31/old-is-the-new-happy/

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ANOTHER BENEFIT OF BEING A LITTLE OLDER: YOU GET ALL THE EXERCISE YOU NEED BY JUST PUSHING YOUR LUCK. (I KNOW THAT WAS PRETTY BAD) BUT I STILL APPRECIATE YOU STOPPING BY.

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3 comments:

wenn said...

that sounds interesting!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I'm practically as happy as you can get by this standard ;>)

Tony Letts said...

My wife's a lot younger too - keeps us young Joe:)