You often hear us at The 100 Year Lifestyle speak about centenarians. Lately we’ve even been speaking about super centenarians, people 110 years and older. However, there are many, many people in this country and around the world on their way to becoming centenarians – and they are called nonagenarians.
Nonagenarians are people between the ages of 90 and 99. Many have been living their 100 Year Lifestyle, 100:100, for decades. They just need a little more time to reach centenarian status.
Curious about the numbers of future centenarians? According to the Pew Research Center, the world’s centenarian population is projected to grow eightfold by 2050. Get the details here.