Keep moving—tiny tip from an older person to a younger

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Keep moving—tiny tip for a long and healthy life

The question was: Imagine a younger person telling you they want to achieve a happy, healthy old age. Give your very best tip, in 30 words or fewer. Here’s the answer given by Kay Frances:

Keep moving.

Clear. Simple. True. (Moving in body and mind?) And here’s why Kay chose that particular tip:

To remind myself.

That’s a terrific reason, because teaching others is one of the best possible ways to learn. Or in this case, to remind ourselves.


9 thoughts on “Keep moving—tiny tip from an older person to a younger

  1. simplywendi says:

    great advice!

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      I reckon Kay knows a thing or two 🙂

  2. Sadje says:

    So right.

  3. if you want to contribute for your nation & others then you have to keep moving

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      I confess to sharing this motivation.

  4. mpardi2013 says:

    I seem to remember a slogan from the ’60’s: Dance ’til you die. I’m sure it meant well, but maybe we could stop just short.

  5. srbottch says:

    Excellent tip. I find that it doesn’t take long to ‘lock up’ if I’m not doing this exact thing, moving.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Thanks for reminding us of the consequences. I find that if I “rest” too long I get sleepy. Ridiculous but true.

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