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Demi Moore Looks Ageless in "Sunday Selfie"

Here is everything Demi Moore does to look fabulously fit in her fifties.

Demi Moore might be 58, but she looks younger than women half her age. On Sunday the actress shared a selfie while enjoying a stunning sunset over the water. How does Demi make 58 look like 28? Here are the things Demi Moore does to stay ageless and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!


It Starts with Acceptance

When asked by W about aging, she admitted that "things do change." However, she has learned to be in acceptance of the aging process. "The biggest difference, I think, is that I'm not in nearly as good shape physically as I have been before, and I have skin going in a direction that I would prefer it not go. There are things that just come with getting older. But I think my big mantra for this year is about acceptance," she said. "I was reading this book that was written around 1919, if I am remembering correctly, and it was very of its day. It was discussing all the 'female' concerns. There were some horrific suggestions on how to take care of yourself, including putting some kind of acid on your skin. But there was one thing I took away, because I think it's true—the author said not to frown because at a certain point it will stick. And what speaks to me here is that I do believe that when we hold upset, anger, hurt, pain or bitterness, it ages us and we wear it. That isn't to say we are always going to feel happy. But it's important not to hold on to things."


She Does At-Home Workouts

Moore admits she hadn't worked out in "over four years" when she discovered The Mirror. "My maiden voyage with @getthemirror 15 min at level 1. That's doable after not working out for over 4 years right? I am stalling!" she wrote in an Instagram post, praising the at-home fitness tool, enabling users to take various classes. 


She Is Sober

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Demi takes her sobriety very seriously, revealing to Harper's Bazaar that she first got sober in her 20s, relapsed in her 40s, and got back in her 50s. "In retrospect, what I realized is that when I opened the door [again], it was just giving my power away," she said. "I guess I would think of it like this: It was really important to me to have natural childbirth because I didn't want to miss a moment. And with that I experienced pain. So part of being sober is, I don't want to miss a moment of life, of that texture, even if that means being in—some pain."


She Enjoys Being Outside

Demi is very active outside, often going on hikes and walk with her family. You can be too, year round. "Don't let cold weather stop you from being active outdoors!" says the Mayo Clinic. "Dress in layers and protect your head, hands and feet. Then head outside for a winter hike or go cross-country skiing. And aim to keep a positive mindset about winter. This may help you to enjoy the season and winter activities more."


She is a Yogi

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Demi has been a yogi for decades, taking classes at various yoga studios and different types of practices. "Yoga has many styles, forms and intensities. Hatha yoga, in particular, may be a good choice for stress management. Hatha is one of the most common styles of yoga, and beginners may like its slower pace and easier movements. But most people can benefit from any style of yoga — it's all about your personal preferences," says the Mayo Clinic.

Leah Groth
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