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Live HAPPIER Longer is a podcast dedicated to helping you build the habits of a happier, longer life. We focus on five daily habits that are scientifically proven to increase longevity and improve overall quality of life.  

These "longevity" habits, built in your 50's, 60's and 70's, will be sustainable into your 80's and even 90's. But you won't have to wait until then to reap the benefits. 

MOVE*LEARN*SHARE*GIVE*LET GO

We also dive deep into the science of habit and WHY it's hard to break old habits, and build new ones. And why it's so important!! We believe that the quality of your life equals the quality of your habits. What you do consistently ultimately becomes your life story. 

We're dedicated to helping you write a HAPPIER, longer story. 

We also talk with people who are "superstars of aging"--we call them proof positive that living a HAPPIER, longer life requires a PLAN. 

Every day in the United State, 10,000 baby-boomers are turning 65. In the year 2030, more than 70 million people in the US alone will be over the age of 65. Here's the kicker. If you reach the age of 65...your AVERAGE life expectancy is more than 19 years. Wouldn't it be nice if you're going to live until 85 to be happy about it once you got there! 

It's time to start building the habits now. The compound effect is real and we're here to help your plan, your story, your life be the reality of what you want it to be! 

 

Feb 5, 2020

This week's episode sparks conversation on the term "anti-aging" with filmmaker and director, Tara Gadomski.  Tara wrote and directed this short film, which employs dark humor to get across the point that aging is something that none of us have any control over. We discuss the beauty industry's marketing messages, and how they use dangerous terms like "flaws" or "corrections" for aging skin.

We had a great time discussing the film, the actors and why Tara felt compelled to create this film. 

Tara gives a synopsis of this short, ten-minute film which is really a great conversation starter about how we view the aging process. 

You can catch "Signs of Aging" on Vimeo here. Or on Amazon Prime here. 

To connect with Tara and read more about the film, find the press kit here.