What makes me The Savvy Senior? Fundamentally, it’s because I know that I am old enough to have a past and young enough to have a future. That phrase got me through turning 30! Seriously, I have lived by that for a long time, and now that I am facing my 66th birthday, I have never been more passionate about it because it underlies the fact that I still have work to do in the world. We all do. And in order to fulfill that, I have to have energy and feel good. That’s where the art of living longer comes in.
I wrote my lecture series, “The Art of Living Longer: A Curriculum for a Happier, Healthier Life” so that I can share with others the remarkable information we have about aging and the human body with as many people as possible. After all, you’re never too young to learn the art of living longer! It’s not specifically about longevity. I can’t promise that to anyone. We don’t know our expiration date. We don’t know if the things we did or didn’t do make any difference to the length of our life because there’s no control group. There’s no way to measure living longer. But living happier and healthier? Well, that’s something else altogether.
These lectures deliver the latest peer-reviewed, evidence-based research on health, happiness and longevity to seniors in digestible, entertaining and inspirational doses. There are three sections: The Science of Aging, Aging Consciously and Technology for Seniors. Click here for a complete list of my lectures.