You pretty much know how I feel about age here at Blisschick. I've certainly written about it enough.
If you think you are too old, then you most definitely are. But my life has only gotten better as I age. I have become braver and more bold and definitely more willing.
For today, if you are needing inspiration in this arena, here is the story of a 95 year old runner. Yes. 95 year old runner is what I said. And she started at 67!
My favorite quote from the piece:
"I just close my eyes and say, 'Count your blessings Ida, count your blessings.' Stay alert, stay focused, and that's it. It clears up a whole lot of things. You'd be surprised," she said.
Besides her age, she brings up something so important to quality of life -- focus. Most of us lack it in this age of too much information and too many choices, and for most of us, it would make all the difference.
Note: I assume that someone will bring up the idea of being a "skimmer." If you find happiness there, good for you. Truly.