Is it taking the best care of yourself possible without plastic surgery? Is it dressing with class and style and feeling young? Or is it something else?
by fighting aging at every step
I never really planned growing old ... it just crept up on me. I've never done anything very gracefully in my life, but I've tried to accept each stage of life with some measure of dignity. :)
Staying offline for one. It's squinting at the comp screen that will cause wrinkles...:)
embracing the gray hair
I hope better than me walking gracefully
By accepting that most all of us grow old, but not trying to looks like you're 25 when your 65, by not wearing so much makeup that you look like you put it on with a trowel and by wearing age-appropriate clothes.
Day by day!
I don't know, that doesn't sound like much fun. I just try and do today, what I could do yesterday.
Embrace it. Delight in the fact that you've lived long enough to be "old". Don't pretend to be younger than you are. Don't be ashamed that you are older. Reagan had the perfect response when someone tried to attack his age.
"I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience," Ronald Reagan quipped during the 1984 presidential debates when asked if, at 73, he is too old to be President.
Don't trip on your face.
Skin care and staying out of the sun is VITAL
Also, don't spend your life dying your hair
Don't smoke, and limit your drinking alcohol
Drink heaps of water, eat healthily, exercise everyday
Wear nice clothes that make you feel stylish, attractive and confident
Get a facial and a massage every once in a while
Limit coffee and drink more herbal tea
Do you mean physically? mentally? Or what form of measure?
I mean without plastic surgery and still looking good. Example- Tom Selleck is growing old gracefully, and he looks fabulous. All these Hollywood women with their botoxed ducklips look stupid
I think part of it is luck, part of it is having limited stress in your life (because stress takes a real told on the body) and taking care of yourself without going to extremes.
I've grew to believe that balance is the key to life, as if you have too much of any one thing, then you're in trouble... it's all about keeping the right balance.