What’s your favorite age?

May 21, 2018

Well, maybe it’s not your favorite age, exactly. Here’s today’s question:

If you could be one age for the rest of your life, what would it be?

I am all about anticipation and the unknown. I’m OK with going through the good and the bad. So this question about the one age I’d want to be for the rest of my life is pretty easy. For me it would be 18 years old. Yes, innocent and even dumb, maybe. But with the entire world open to me and my whole life ahead of me.

What’s your answer? What age would you be for the rest of your life (if that were possible)?

17 comments on “What’s your favorite age?
  1. That’s such a hard question… I love the stage I am in right now at 28 years old with my little family, still able to say I am in my twenties but it would be nice to be maybe 24 forever haha!

  2. Candy says:

    That is a hard one. Wish I had the health I had even in my 40’s. Honest lay like the age I am now.

  3. I can’t pick an age because they all have different good and bad qualities. If you ask my daughter, she wants to go back to being 4 because she got to spend all day, every day with me.

  4. Janet says:

    I would say my favorite was in my 40’s…which I’m now out of. But life is still good and depends on attitude!

  5. I have enjoyed different things bout different ages. I wouldn’t want to be one age forever so I don’t have an answer to that question.

  6. Karen Morse says:

    I think 25 is the perfect age or a few more years older. It’s when I started to figure out life and what I want to do and all that.

  7. Sarah Bailey says:

    I’m not sure – perhaps my mid-twenties, I had been through a lot but had started to find my own way again.

  8. robin rue says:

    I don’t know…there are good things and bad things about all the ages I have been. I couldn’t pick just one.

  9. Amber Myers says:

    I’m not sure what it would be. Perhaps 30? But I don’t know. I remember being pretty dang happy when I was 5.

  10. Tasheena says:

    I really enjoyed reading this post. I’m not sure what age I was select. So much happened during those various years, that I’m not sure which one I would want.

  11. Reesa Lewandowski says:

    Oh gosh! I wish I could go back to my early 20s!

  12. rika says:

    That’s a tough question! I think my early 20s is the best age for a lot of reasons 🙂

  13. Ricci says:

    I love my current age, 35. I still feel young and yet I am waaaaay smarter than I was 10 years ago! LOL!

  14. Dana Peller says:

    I love my current age. It’s the best one yet. I’ve had a wonderful time learning about different things for my business and more.

  15. I loved my teenage years.I would not mind to see those days again.

  16. Sara Welch says:

    I really love where I am at right now. Isn’t that strange?

  17. GiGi Eats says:

    Maybe 29 or 30 – Although I am 30 and don’t know what the rest of my years will be like. The reason I chose either of these years though is because I am so incredibly confident and happy with myself and give ZERO Fs about what others think… And back when I was say, 17 or 18… Yeah, I cared way too much and I had way too many crazy tendencies that I just don’t have anymore! I know whenever I raise a kid, I will MAKE SURE THEY KNOW THAT NOTHING SHOULD BE TAKEN THAT SERIOUSLY to the point that you make yourself sick!

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