Back Story

Forever Young

It’s all about age.

Yes, mankind has sought the legendary Fountain of Youth throughout history. Writers were using it as a plot device as far back as 430 B.C.

Face it, no one wants to get old.

Today, there’s a billion dollar industry that caters to a human’s need to feel young and look even younger. Pills, gels, juices, hair color, teeth whitener, wrinkle cream, elliptical machines – you name it. Every other ad or commercial promises to deliver youth.

Look around the house. How many do you have?

Surprising, isn’t it?

What many don’t realize is you don’t need any of that snake oil. You already have the most powerful age defier as standard equipment. It’s right there in that noggin, your brain.

All you have to do is think young.

If you think young. You are young. Forever.

You don’t have to run the 800 to prove it.

14 thoughts on “Back Story

  1. How inspirational you are. I know you are right! I have been there before! I am just reeeally stuck now. Soooo… glad I found you. Or you found me…. Thank you for checking me out!

  2. The truth in those thoughts. I tell people those words all the time. I really like this blog, and I look forward to reading your story. You’re doing a great job! Once I get some time I will explore the entire site.

  3. I cannot fathom taking your goal on, but I support your efforts, certainly.

    I don’t try to perpetuate the myth, myself. I guess at age 46, I am content with the graying hair and am willing to have my joints pay the price for my more active and thoughtless youth. 😉 BUT I worked in the beautification industry for many years and know how it goes!

    Taking on the 800 is a worthy goal!

    Thanks for checking out my blog. 🙂

  4. Love this post! I am about to be 65 in 2 months and have been rocking my silver hair for years (except when I cover it with electric blue!). Thinking young is, I think, keeping a youthful attitude — flexibility, openness, adaptability, welcoming and taking on new challenges, and forever learning. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I’ll be back. Happy New Year, too!

  5. I think a lot of age is attitude. I’ve seen people my age (31) act like little old ladies, while I used to know a 70 year old woman who looked about 60, took dance classes and had a not-half bad looking 50 year old boyfriend. I think it’s just about attitude, enjoying your life and looking after your health.

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