Aging Like Fine Wine:

7 Things We Appreciate More with Each Passing Year

Young people, myself included, take a lot for granted. There will come a day when we can't move as well, that we lose our youthful beauty and we'll mourn for it.

Whether you're in your golden years or just starting to feel the first signs of age, read on to discover what's worth cherishing and savoring as time goes by.

When you're young, it's easy to get caught up in social expectations and in trying to be cool. When you've lived a full life, you know that's not really what's important.

Not Caring What Others Think

Younger people often prioritize speed and efficiency. But it's important to slow down and spend time in quiet solitude. People find the peace in the quiet more as they get older.

Doing Nothing

As we get older, we learn that doing what we love to do is one of the most important steps to happiness.

Spending Free Time Doing What You Actually Want

Enjoying a lack of noise is something older people often love to do. Some even begin to find themselves deterred by loud noises, preferring quiet and calm noises.


Napping and sleep in general appeals to many older people. Let's face it, living a long life is tiring, and we all deserve some shut eye.


One of life's most important lessons is to cherish your friends. As we get older, we learn more about what it means to be a good friend and also just how important having close friendships is.

Meaningful Friendships

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