THE STORY OF MY METAMORPHESIS
In the 1950’s and 60’s, Miami Beach catered to tourists whose vacation goal was to return to their northern residences with a prizedgoldentrophy of tanned skin. Visitors flocked to the sandy beaches and basted with exotic oils, suntan lotions and the ultimate, sure-to-bake formula: baby oil spiked with iodine. Toaccelerateandinsure a maximum skin-darkening experience, serious sun devotees added a sun reflector. I grew up in this tropical paradise, surrounded by tourists who proudly wore their painful sunburns. But, I knew first hand, their lobster-red skin would soon itch, blister, peel, and potentially leave them with a permanent reminder of their days in the sun.
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“It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Let's equate investing in financial savings with your investment in fitness and robust aging (not dictated by our finances). In 1968, less than 24 percent of American adults exercised regularly; by 1984, that figure had risen to 59 percent. In 1968, America had 100,000 joggers. Just 10 years later, there were 27 million. Then something strange happened. Boomers, once the most fitness-minded generation, lost their fitness mojo.
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