In Six Words, What’s Quality of Life for You?

cup-158986_640As Chris mentioned in his post yesterday (“I’m Between 81 and Death!“), we had a discussion about quality of life during Monday night’s FitPASS conference call.

After reading his post, I began to write him a comment that included the question, “How do you define your quality of life?,” until I thought, this is a great question to ask all of you.

So, I’d love to know: How do you define quality of life for yourself? Which relationships, activities and perspectives add quality to your life? During a challenging and stressful time, how do you keep quality in your life? And, for fun, define your quality of life in six words.

I look forward to reading your definitions.

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Sep 19, 2012

Relationships thriving, smiling though sad, perspective.

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G-J
Sep 19, 2012

Loving, living, giving, enjoying, togetherness, chocolate! :)

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Sep 19, 2012

The best I can each day.

Satisfying creativity, curiosity, companionship, sense of purpose.

Nature, nurture, fitness, appetite for life.

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Sep 21, 2012

A happy heart is like medicine.

Laugh until you cry and hurt.

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Aug 27, 2014

Dogs, chickens, goats, horses and hay