I don't know when I decided it, but I have long held the belief that I would like to live to at least 100, maybe even 125 if I can manage to keep my witts about me and my body moving.
So am always interested to read about people who have figured out how to live a long and healthy life. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/28/magazine/the-island-where-people-forget-to-die.html?pagewanted=all&src=ISMR_AP_LO_MST_FB
So who is with me, let's move to Ikaria. I better start learning Greek.
I do seriously think about what it will be like to be 85. What will I do for a living? What will I do for fun and where will I live? It makes me slow down and take things at a less frenetic pace (which I have an unfortunate tendency towards). I hope to have a great garden then and to live in a small house with friends and family nearby (I like the closeness of my townhouse community a lot, but I sure wish some of my family lived here too). I also hope that I will get to take a good walk and a good nap most days and that I will get to make things for grand and great-grand babies.