My Top 3 Anti-aging Secrets

As I approach my forth decade on Earth with blasé optimism, it’s true what they say: You definitely have less time for nonsense, and more time for what really matters.

I mean when Kim K. hits my age and her butt drops half an inch, she’ll probably have a massive meltdown and spend a quarter of a million dollars on cosmetic surgery and therapy….

But I feel vital as a 25 year old in my body, and wise as a 70 year old in my mind, so all in all I can’t complain..!

Not in the least interested in anti-aging creams, wrinkle injections or gravity fighting surgeries, so can’t help you with that.

I believe nothing beats good nutrition and an active body and mind.

But my top anti-aging advice has got to be this:

You’ve got to stay interested, interesting and relevant.

Simples.

Staying interested means you continue to live your life to the full, as opposed to just existing. Stay interested in people, in what’s going on in the world, and in you.  Some people reach a certain age, and it’s almost like they automatically give up on themselves and on life. It’s like “oh, I’m that age now, so it’s all downhill from here”. They stop traveling, learning, pursuing passions and interests… but the moment you stop using your body and your brain is the moment you start dying. So stay healthy and well, carry on traveling, working out, learning, starting new ventures, having fun, being silly… and being you, only wiser and better. Stay interested,stay young!

There’s nothing sexier and more intriguing than a woman who stays interested and interesting as the years go by. Actress Joanna Lumley and journalist Janet Street-Porter are two my own inspirations in how to stay interesting no matter what age you are.  Their energy and zest for life is contagious and inspiring. Stay in shape. Take pride in your appearance. Treat your body with care and respect. Take care of your mental and emotional health. In a world of clones, remain yourself.  Stay interesting.

Don’t get stuck in the past. Keep up with the times. Embrace, learn and use new technologies, ipads, ipods, social media… keep your brain engaged and up to date. No cream, potion or surgery brings eternal youth. When you develop an unquenchable thirst for learning, and creating, and making the present and the future better for us all, that’s when you’ll find the fountain of youth; the elixir of life. In short, don’t be an old hag. Stay relevant.

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