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

The Road Less Traveled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life has a way of taking us in unplanned directions and giving us unexpected experiences. Many of today’s centenarians have led lives of travel, exploration, and unanticipated twists and turns. Their stories often reveal anything but “typical” lives, often taking the road less traveled. Perhaps that is part of what has kept them healthy and active for so long.

At The 100 Year Lifestyle, we believe that your life should be enjoyable, you should be a lifelong learner, and you should never stop trying new things! You, too, can take the road less traveled. It’s never too late to act on your interests and passions, or develop new ones. A healthy brain and body, and the lifestyle to support them, can keep you vibrant until your last breath of life.

It appears that Dora McIlhenny has been following that advice her entire life. At 102 years old, Dora McIlhenny has decades of memories that keep her smiling. An artist at heart, she is so skilled in different areas of the arts that she designed the house and landscaped the garden on the property she and her late husband, David McIlhenny, built in Green Valley. Curious about her 100 Year Lifestyle and the big “accident” in her life? Keep reading.

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Dr. Eric Plasker

If you knew you’d live to 100, how would you change your life today? This is the question that was inspired by Max, one of Dr. Plasker’s patients, that started The 100 Year Lifestyle movement.

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