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Thursday, August 27, 2015

How I Know When I'll Die

Living to 100I'm about to have a birthday. Interestingly, it's the birthday that marks the halfway point of my life. How do I know? A little calculator called Living to 100 told me so.

The calculator measures factors such as social interactions, medical condition, family history, diet and exercise...all the things your doctor says you need to take care of...and tells you how long you're expected to live. Ouch.

Turns out that if I want to live to 105, I need to get my backside onto a treadmill. Who knew?


  1. When I turn 52, my grandsons, than 8, 7 & 5, announced that I'd reached middle age. I don't why they thought that, but they went on to say that since this was my 'middle age year,' was going to live to be 104. Three years later, they still think that. We'll see.

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