According to 100-year-old Marlys Mueller, kicking up your heels, or specifically in her case, square dancing, is one of the keys to healthy longevity. According to the studies, she’s right. Everyone knows that dancing of any kind burns calories. Most people think dancing – whether it’s ballroom, salsa, or even Zumba – is fun. But … Kicking Up Your Heels Read More » The post Kicking Up Your Heels appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
Centenarian Major General Thomas F. Rew is a pilot, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, a dear friend to many, and a lifelong athlete. He is also a two-star strategically defining American military commander. He credits his father with his instinctive determination “to survive against all odds.” His father, Thomas J. Rew, was a British sailor in … Survive Against All Odds Read More » The post Survive Against All Odds appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
Pen pals, Celesta Byrne and Geoff Banks celebrated their 100th birthdays with their first Zoom video call. They were also celebrating 84 years of letter writing. Celesta in the US and Geoff in the UK, they began corresponding as part of an educational program in 1938 – both at the age of 16. The program … 84 Years of Letter Writing Read More » The post 84 Years of Letter Writing appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
Opal Friesen jumps up and down on her trampoline every morning. In fact, that included the morning of her 100th birthday. She believes that we are all “built to move.” Jumping isn’t the only thing Opal does to move. She walks without assistance, takes no medicine, and lives alone in a two-story condo. She still … Built to Move Read More » The post Built to Move appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
“As long as our fingers remain busy in doing work, our mind will stay active and our body youthful and this is key to my long healthy and happy life.” That’s according to one centenarian resident in Japan’s “longevity village,” Okinawa. This much written about Blue Zone is home to people believed to be … Busy Fingers Read More » The post Busy Fingers appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
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