Nonagenarians, people in their 90s, are an elite group. They’ve lived long and gained wisdom through decades of life experience.
Our friends at Healthline, spoke with 10 nonagenarians and asked what really matters in life from their unique perspective. They also asked what advice they have for younger folks.
“Being independent is important. I don’t want help from anyone. You have to keep busy and maintain a sense of humor. I swim, exercise, and knit sweaters for underprivileged children. I worked until I was 92. I didn’t even realize I was old until then.”
– Lee Katz, age 96