Advice From Old Folks On How To Live Longer • 1

Henry Netcaster — Age 97

It’s a hard truth. Most of us won’t live to see the age of 100. But we can get closer. I interviewed several people who have reached a ripe old age and asked them how they did it. In many cases, their answers were surprising.

I compiled their advice into a compendium I call Super Useful Tips To Squeeze More Days Out Of Our Meager Human Lifespan. You can expect it hit bookstores just as soon as I find a publisher intelligent enough to recognize the value of such a valuable book—which should be obvious.

In the meantime, I will share the tips here, one at a time, so you can savor each one. Allow them to soak in and become part of your consciousness. Then incorporate them into your lifestyle.

Here is tip number one:

After handling tuna all day, it’s best to avoid walking down a street full of stray cats while pulling a giant ball of yellow yarn behind you.

Smart. Thanks, Henry.

Old bones. Young heart. Focusing on a wide variety of creativity. @markstarlin

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