You're not here to read this now. But living another 100 years or so would mean having to work another 75 years or so to afford enjoying your last 175 to 200 years.<quoted text> Same thing they do now. Live life to the fullest. You have to get out of your mind, for the most part, of old people just sitting around in nursing homes. 180 will be like 40-50. As I told my oldest daughter the other day during a talk. I don't want to die. I want to live forever. My father was born in 1921. Can you imagine how the world has changed in his lifetime? My youngest daughter was born in 2002. Her life expectancy without all the new medicine is 126 years. That means if she lives an average life she will live to 2128. We live long in this family.
Time to go.
Right now, I hope I can just make it to 62. My present job is mentally demanding and my estrogen batteries are running low.
But I'm trying to think of something else to do to supplement my SS and stay busy - just not sure I'd want to have to do anything to make a living for another 75 to 100 years.