“It’s better to be at the bottom of the ladder you want to climb than at the top of the one you don’t.”
– Stephen Kellogg
This thought may seem most applicable to those in the early or even middle stages of their careers, but it is a message, too, to all. I began my “blog career” at a relatively “ripe old age” and it is literally keeping me young, healthy and handsome. (LOL) The idea is simple: what you do during most of your waking time so very much determines your health and happiness. Even those at the top of their “ladder” sometimes decide to start over again. And that includes retirees, too. The world is always changing, and so, too, should the way you interact with it, to find and enjoy what makes you happy, healthy, and good-looking, too, inside and out.
This quote was sent to me by Norma, a youthful 89, who has been enjoying her newfound hobby of “chair yoga.” Namaste to you, Norma!!
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