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Learn to embrace your inner child and become “younger” as you age! 

Who wants to play?

It’s been said, that as we age, we revert back to being children. Remember what it was like when you didn’t have to go to work? When you had the summer off and you spent most of the day outside having fun. You didn’t know what a diet was and you didn’t stress about the future, you lived in the moment, at least until the street lights went on. You may be aging on the calendar but your inner child is forever young and you can tap into that energy to become mentally and physically younger.

I want to die “young” …. as far in the future as possible!

I’m here to encourage you to NOT act your age, to become more child like. Notice I didn’t say to be childish, that’s a whole other way of acting that I don’t want to be around. It’s okay to laugh and have fun, recapture some of the things that made you happy as a kid and hopefully to make some new friends and get healthy and fit along the way. You can be happier, mentally sharper and physically stronger today than you were 10, 20 or more years ago.

I love to try new things, explore new places, learn new skills, and make new friends. I’m focused on living life to its fullest for as long as possible and I want you to join me. I’ve been working to recapture that child like attitude that was lost upon becoming and adult and it feels amazing.

Come and sit with us at the kids table where there’s more laughs and bring your toys. Tell the other kids too so we have plenty of people who can come out and play.

I sincerely hope you’ll join me on this journey and that we can help each other along the way. Who knows, maybe we’ll meet in person someday which would be pretty cool. So let’s jump in, what does it mean to be child like? Click the image below to start the adventure:

“I’m growing older but not up
My metabolic rate is pleasantly stuck
Let those winds of time blow over my head
I’d rather die while I’m living than live while I’m dead”
Jimmy Buffett – Growing Older But Not Up Lyrics