20 Crucial Pieces Of Life Advice, As Told By People Over 60

life advice by 60 year olds

1. “Don’t look at the calendar. Just keep celebrating every day.”

2. Years go by in the blink of an eye. Don’t marry young. Live your life. Go places. Do things. If you have the means or not. Pack a bag and go wherever you can afford to go. While you have no dependents, don’t buy stuff. Any stuff. See the world. Look through travel magazines and pick a spot. GO!


These 36 Questions Are Designed To Make Anyone Fall In Love With You

36 questions that lead to love

In a 1997 study published by Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, the psychologist Dr. Arthur Aron guided pairs of strangers in tasks specifically designed to generate closeness. Part of the experiment involved answering a series of 36 questions and then staring into your designated partner’s eyes for four straight minutes. Dr. Aron’s methodology famously resulted in an official marriage. According to his findings, reciprocal self-disclosure plays a critical part in relationship building, perhaps more so than common interests, expectations, or pheromones.


Anti-Vax Mom Asks Internet How To Protect Her Unvaccinated Child From The Measles Outbreak

Anti-Vaxx Mom Asks How To Protect Her Unvaccinated 3-Year-Old From The Measles Outbreak

Despite the overwhelming scientific evidence disproving claims that vaccines cause autism, there are still people like this who think their child is better off for not getting vaccinated.

Which was a problem for her once she realized she was in the middle of a measles outbreak. This anti-vaxxer mom turned to her fellow vaccine truthers on Facebook for advice.

If only there were a tried and tested method with which to protect people from infectious diseases. Perhaps one that led to measles being declared eliminated in the United States in the year 2000? This accomplishment is something that the recent rise in anti-vax movement is threatening to overturn.

The anti-vaxxer’s post quickly spread online, where the internet offered some hysterically biting advice:


UPS Drivers Have a Facebook Group With Pictures Of All The Dogs They Meet On Their Routes

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In 2013, A UPS employee named Sean McCarren created a Facebook group called ‘UPS Dogs‘, to pay tribute to all the four legged friends that make UPS driver’s shifts a lot joyful. And to no one surprise, it has become an internet sensation. UPS Dogs currently has over 1.4M likes on Facebook and 488K followers on Instagram

McCarren told HuffPost:

‘When you’re running into dogs all the time, it creates a bond when you see them every day,””It’s cool to meet some of the same dogs on the route, because they know who you are and they are excited to see you.”


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Man Builds ‘Stick Library’ For Local Dogs At The Dog Park

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Andrew Taylor of New Zealand’s South Island grew frustrated with the local dog park’s lack of good throwing sticks, so the 59-year-old decided to take matter in his own hands and create a ‘Stick Library’ for all the local pups to enjoy.

Taylor came up with the idea when he was trimming trees by his house and asked himself what he could do with all of the leftover branches.

He pruned and smoothed each branch into the perfect sized dog stick and put them all into a crate. The box’s engraving reads: “Stick Library – please return.”