One-third of seniors say they would go back in time to relive part of their lives, according to a survey of 2,000 older adults conducted by OnePoll for BrightStar Care. Asked if they could relive one decade of their lives, over half chose their thirties or twenties. Asked if given the chance to redo one major life decision, saving more money was the most popular choice, followed by investing earlier. Finally when asked to give advice to their younger selves, responses included accepting challenges, following your intuition, and seizing life.
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