Try laughing as much as possible. Laughter helps you maintain a positive attitude about aging. Look for opportunities to laugh every day: read funny novels, watch amusing movies, and cultivate a culture of laughter in your life. No matter where you are, who you are with, or what you are doing, it is important to laugh as much as possible.
Avoid falling. Falls can cause damage to your body which sometimes cannot be repaired. They are especially dangerous when a senior is involved. For optimum balance, as well as great overall mental and physical health, try walking three times a week, for at least thirty minutes. Take supplements, get enough calcium, vitamin D, and try weight training to combat weakening of bones. Keep your creativity alive in your mature years. If you have retired, make good use of your extra time to pursue new interests, like art, photography and music. Taking classes can make your days more interesting and fulfilling. In addition, you will meet a lot of new and interesting people!