Tips for Living to 100

Published on: Jan 03 2017

Spain has the highest life expectancy of any country, and it has more than 100,000 people age 100 or older. This article interviews a number of these centenarians and reports their advice for living to 100 or longer.

Most of the men and women Comas interviewed showed a zest for life and an interest in pastimes from amateur dramatics to playing the piano. Many also continued to carry out daily duties from farm work to caring for a disabled child.

Pedro Rodriguez, 106, plays the piano every day in the living room of his flat in Asturias, northern Spain, where he lives with his wife who is nearly 20 years younger than him. Their daughters visit them often.

 

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