Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
You’re getting older with every passing day. There’s no point in denying it, no use trying to fight it. It’s a fact of life, and you might as well learn to live with it. You are older now than ever before, and the youngest you will ever be.
You don’t give up on looking good, but you should dress appropriately and wear your hair in a style that is fitting to your overall appearance. And you may want to dye your hair and apply wrinkle cream, but don’t let yourself slip into denial and act immaturely in a way that will negatively affect your life.
It helps to look at getting older in a positive light. When you have children, you get to be a parent and love your children more than you ever thought you’d love someone. When your children grow up, you get to have more freedom again, and you may have grandchildren to love and spoil.
There’s always something to look forward to, and getting older doesn’t have to mean getting boring. But you should be learning from your experiences and avoid backsliding into irresponsible behavior when you’re an adult. Your life should become easier with the knowledge you gain throughout the years, so don’t throw your learning out the window.
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