Many people seem to lament ‘getting old’ in their late twenties. How strange this is. There are many cliches that are often repeated by people left and right, and we can often become sick of them. But somehow the adage ‘age is but a number’ always seems to ring true. Of course, young people often feel this is false, as often they only hear these words from those much older than themselves.
However, that statement is absolutely true, and you could only understand that if you’ve lived for a fair number of years. Age is a mental state more than anything. We all have, or know someone who has, a grandparent who always seems to be positive, youthful, filled with interest in the world. When this starts fading, then you become old. There are those in their early twenties that could be considered middle-aged from the perspective they bring to the world, while others in retirement that still manage to squeeze the best from life. After all, the amount of years you live doesn’t matter, it’s the quality of those years that truly dictates your life experience.
Youth is a state of mind, and sometimes to remind yourself of that, you need to experience it first hand. Consider our tips to help you feel more youthful today:
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