Older=WISER! Great New Year’s Advice From the Wisest Americans

By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph

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The longer you’ve lived, the more great advice you have for making the most of life! The fantastic website Next Avenue gathered some sage words and excellent New Year’s Resolution inspirations from over 1000 older adults.  This is great advice for readers of all ages! Highlights include the following.  Read the full article at Next Avenue here. 

 

 

Work: “Ask yourself: Are you glad to get up in the morning?”

Love/Marriage: “Let your partner have his or her say.”

Parenting: “Abandon Perfection.” 

Aging: “Accept It.” 

Regrets: “Go Easy On Yourself.”  (Boy do I need this one!) 

Make sure the check out the rest of the article and the great quotes provided. If you’re not familiar with Next Avenue, it’s a really fun and informative website chock full of interesting articles on Money, Health, Work, Technology, and more, with the tagline “Where grownups keep growing.”  Check it out at www.nextavenue.org.  

Remember, one of the most valuable SAIL membership benefits is friendship.  We have wonderful members of so many backgrounds.  Getting together and sharing life experiences is so enriching.  At the office we love hearing about everything you’ve learned and all of the things you’re still doing! (On that note, if you’d like to share some wisdom in a blog post, let us know! Our blog is getting lots of views!)

From all of us at SAIL,  have a prosperous, educational, and FUN 2019! 

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