The World’s Oldest Person Says the Key to a Long Life is Avoiding Toxic People
By djsheryl on January 27, 2023
María Branyas Morera, 115, is confirmed by Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest person.
Born in San Francisco, Morera moved to Spain when she was eight. She lived through both World Wars and the 1918 flu pandemic before retiring in a nursing home 22 years ago.
Morera attributes her longevity to “order, tranquility, good connection with family and friends, contact with nature, emotional stability, no worries, no regrets, lots of positivity, and staying away from toxic people.” “I think longevity is also about being lucky,” Morera said, according to Guinness World Records. “Luck and good genetics.”
Congratulations to her. Here’s hoping she enjoys many more birthdays!