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If you knew you'd live to 100, how would you change your life today?

Category: Lifestyle 100

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Give it a Rest

    Fatigue is a common complaint among people of all ages these days. Even if you sleep well you might wake up feeling tired,

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100 Year Stories

First Lady of Fitness

    She predates Jane Fonda on the workout scene. Together with her husband, Jack LaLanne, they were credited as revolutionizing modern physical fitness. Today,

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Living Color

    We talk about eating the rainbow. Some people are described as “colorful characters.” Certainly, life’s black and white moments are never as enjoyable as

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Environment 100

Do One Hard Thing

    We have the Japanese to thank for the idea of misogi. It’s a purifying ritual usually involving making a pilgrimage to a freezing

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Persistence High

    Most of us are familiar with, if we haven’t experienced, a “runner’s high.” It is usually defined as a state of euphoria or

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Get a Grip

    Many believe that a firm handshake makes a good impression. Now the science is telling us that grip strength might be a better

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Change Your Life

Inherently Good

  Inherently Good The imagination is a powerful force of life. Great men and women of the past have always held their wonderful, human imagination to

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Leadership 100

No Regrets?

    No regrets has become a mantra for many. There are t-shirts, emojis, the ever popular tattoos, and many, many songs that reference living

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Change Your Life

Sage-ing, Not Aging

    The Swiss psychiatrist and founder of Analytical Psychology, Carl Jung, was known for seeing the mystical, metaphorical, archetypical, and cyclical aspects of life.

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Family 100

Not Just Child’s Play

    Do you have a secret stash of adult coloring books? Are you someone who likes to stroll around the museum on a regular

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The Power of Kindness

    Giving, receiving, and even witnessing kindness not only boosts our mood and lowers our stress, but it has even more very specific physical

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100 Year Stories

It’s Your Choice

    According to nonagenarian Joy Ryan, “It’s your choice whether you’re going to have a grumpy day or a sunny day. So smile at

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Health Care 100

Saunas Are a Hot Topic

  Saunas are a hot topic these days, and for good reason. They have been a part of Finnish culture for over 2,000 years. Finland

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Environment 100

Sunscreen Safety

    With summer in full swing most of us are headed outdoors to soak up that vitamin D. Between our mothers and our dermatologists,

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100 Year Stories

Believing by Default

  We are all guilty of constantly thinking. Few of us can deny that our mind is often in overdrive, and it takes a conscious

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Health Care 100

Lose Your Cool or Stay Cool?

  Every day there is something – an event, an interaction, a realization – that has the potential to make you angry. How do you

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Fitness and Nutrition 100

Muscles Matter!

  According to Harvard Health Publishing, after age 30 we begin to lose as much as 3% to 5% of our muscles per decade. For

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Environment 100

Dirty Dozen and Clean 15

    Each year our friends at the Environmental Working Group (EWG) put out a list of the Dirty Dozen and Clean 15. Never heard

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Brain, Nervous System

Read Books, Live Longer

  Book lovers rejoice! A study conducted by Yale University has proven that reading books is directly tied to longevity. In other words, read books,

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Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

  Everyone today is talking about the many benefits of intermittent fasting – including potentially increasing longevity. But this latest fad isn’t really a fad

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