12 responses to “Best Healthy Aging Advice Ever from Rancho La Puerta”

  1. Melanie @ Frugal Kiwi

    Great post that makes me want to wiggle! I'm looking forward to eating out of my garden this summer. The plants are looking good in the glasshouse and it is about time to put them outside now.

  2. Alexandra

    Great suggestions! Loved this post. Wish I could visit this ranch and meet this incredible person!

  3. MyKidsEatSquid

    I love the quote on the rock. Deborah sounds like a great person to hang out with. Did I miss it–where is this ranch?

  4. marthaandme

    Love the tip about wiggling! I think she's right and will try to do it more often!

  5. Merr

    There is definitely a place for narrowing focus – this was a wonderful reminder. I feel so fortunately to experience many things, but sometimes honing on, quieting down and being still are the key to opening up.

  6. ruth pennebaker

    I love this post — which happened to come on a day when I was feeling a little bitchy about aging. Thanks so much for cheering me up and inspiring me.

  7. Susan Johnston

    She sounds like quite a lady! I love these suggestions, especially the last one. I'm afraid I lose sight of that a little too often.

  8. kerry dexter

    it is about choices — thanks for the reminder, and for letting us know more about Deborah and her ideas. sounds as though she has a good sense of humor, too.

  9. Living Large

    I love the getting out of bed and wiggling too! My mother said it was all about attitude, too. She never considered herself "old" and it showed for many years!

  10. Dianne Lopez

    Wonderful insights and thoughts from the Ranch. It was an amazing experience and you have absolutely nailed the most important thoughts from Debbie to carry with us through our journey of life.

  11. Jennifer Margulis

    This advice is great! And I love that quote, "It's not the years in your life but the life in your years." Amen!

  12. Helen Wenley

    I too love the quote on the stone! What an amazing experience you have had with Deborah Szekel. I like having the time in the morning to do my 'cat stretching' – it does seem to make the day start well. And yes, good health is an investment – in time and money. Luckily I have a husband who enjoys growing veggies in our garden and it is a joy to 'eat from your garden'. Great post.

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