Here are three things I know about staying “eternally” young.
Start early. If you want to stay young – in mind, body and spirit – start sooner rather than later. It’s never too early to start since technically the aging process begins at birth. But whether you start at 30, 40, 50, or you are just getting started (at age 65), it’s never too late to develop healthy lifestyle habits, the right mental attitude, and other anti-aging steps that will slow the aging process thus helping you to stay “eternally” young.
Take care of yourself. You must take care of yourself in every way. You must make fitness, health, and wellness your top priorities. Taking care of yourself means caring for your mind, body, and spirit by: making better food choices, exercising, getting enough sleep, associating with right-minded and positive people, forgiving yourself for past mistakes, and just having balance in your life.
Accept and embrace the aging process. Don’t fight it; embrace it. Contrary to what we may have been told, aging is not a disease to be avoided at all cost. It’s not about gloom and doom. It’s something to look forward to. If you don’t think so, consider the alternatives. When you accept and embrace the aging process, you decide how you want to enter this phase of your life.
Staying “eternally” is all about attitude.
What are some things you know about staying “eternally” young. I would love to hear from you.