If you could be any age for the rest of your life, what age would you choose? Why?
Honestly? The age I am right now I think is perfect (38 almost 39). I am still young enough to enjoy life, but old enough to have some wisdom and life experience behind me. This allows me to have a home, family and some security. It also affords me a strong sense of self that I was lacking in my teens and 20's. 30's are great - my parents are still young enough they are independent, my own family is great fun, and I still feel great myself I'd stop time here for awhile if I could great question!
I would choose 35. I think is it young enough not to worry about age or a failing body, but you have learned a few things in life and people take you seriously when you put forth an opinion.
forever 21!!! how i wish! life seems pretty cute and lovely at that age.
That's a tough one because all ages have their upsides and downsides. I loved how much fun I would let myself have when I was younger, but at the same time I cared too much about silly things or what people thought. I wasn't that worried about paying bills or retirement. I don't have the same worries or issues I did back then but I'm probably a lot less riskier and I do miss that fun.
I suppose, aside from the age I am now, I would choose something like 8 years old. Everything was fun, new, and interesting at that time. Nobody had the internet yet! Plus, my parents paid for everything.
I would choose about 40 years old. Health is still good. The wisdom and peace of mind learned through experience is essential to my well being.
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