By Estimating Your Life Expectancy, You Gain a Sense of Urgency in Life

I am 37 years old. I live in Wisconsin, USA. I was born and raised here. I am caucasian. I exercise. I drink alcohol. I’ve dabbled in questionable activities.

Why does this matter? Because I’m part of a demographic. In basic terms, I am a statistic. The way someone lives, and even where they live, matters.

There are numerous websites on which one can estimate their life expectancy. I used Blueprint Income for mine.

In trying a few calculators, my results ranged from 71 to 84 years. Blueprint asked specific questions, so I trusted their results more than others.

By estimating your life expectancy, you gain a sense of urgency in life.

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