Blue Zones: A Blueprint for Adapting Health and Financial Security into Longevity

Many of the tactics used to increase longevity in "blue zones" are replicable, and as people age longer, habits and financial planning need to adapt accordingly.

Small boasts at a pier in Sardinia, Italy.
Sardinia, Italy
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Life expectancy rates across the world increase every year. The average global age is now 71 years — an improvement from 64 just 30 years ago, according to the World Health Organization

When people live longer, it becomes increasingly necessary to adjust financial planning and management accordingly while learning from the lifestyles of those who statistically live the longest. 

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