Betty White Says The Secret To A Happy Life Is Always Finding Positive

Hollywood icon, Betty White, will soon be 100 years old, and she has revealed to us her secret of how she lives so happily at her age.

And, frankly, it’s so nice to see someone glow with happiness.

Especially when it’s Betty White.

Scroll to find out more about her little tips for living a wonderful life.

The now famous actress has had an amazing career in her ninety-nine years …

Let’s take a quick look, okay?

It all started back in the late 1930s.

The star was born on January 17, 1922 in Oak Park, Illinois, before moving to Los Angeles at the age of 2 – which is where she ended up working as an assistant at a local television station.

But it wasn’t until the early 1950s that she first felt like she was on television …

Here she developed a show called Life with Elizabeth with George Tibbles.

The show made White one of the first female producers in Hollywood …

“He wrote and I produced,” White explained to The Hollywood Reporter. “I was one of the first female producers in Hollywood.”

Interesting…

The entire premise of the show was based on a sketch White had previously made on local television.

But that was not before The Mary Tyler Moore Show when White’s television career got the boost it needed.

The actress played Sue Ann Nivens, co-star of Mary Tyler Moore, in the Minneapolis Television Newsroom. Sue Ann was known for making funny but poignant jokes about Moore.

And it seemed that her hard work paid off …

Because she won 2 Emmy Awards for her work on the hit TV series!

And in the early 80s, White took on a role that was very different from Sue Ann …

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The role of sweet Rose Nylund in the hit sitcom Golden girlsalong with co-stars Ryu McClanahan, Bea Arthur and Estelle Getty.

The show told about the life of four elderly people, girlfriends …

And to say that it was a real hit is to say nothing. The series ranked among the best shows in 7 seasons live and won several coveted awards.

But, unfortunately, in 1992 we reluctantly said goodbye to Golden girls

White had a steady career in television, that is, until 2010, when her wits brought her back into the spotlight again.

We all Remember the ad for chocolate bars during the 2010 Super Bowl, right?

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Well, he quickly became a fan favorite and pushed White to become the oldest person to ever accept Saturday nightlife

At first she didn’t want to be on the show …

“It was the scariest thing I’ve ever done. It was really funny, but it was a problem, ”she recently told Newsweek.

In 2010, White also returned to the series …

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She got a role in the sitcom. Hot in Cleveland, next to the stars Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leaves and Wendy Malik.

At first, she only signed up for the pilot, but later joined the cast for good. “This is just an amazing show. “The chemistry between girls is so great,” she told Newsweek at the time.

White is now ninety-nine …

And she made it clear that she not going to give up the game soon.

And there is one big reason for that …

Her charitable work.

The star is very passionate about animals and has worked with the Los Angeles Zoo as well as the Morris Animal Foundation for over 4 decades. She previously told the Hollywood Reporter, “I have to keep playing to allow myself to keep doing charity!”

So, it’s not hard to see why so many people love her.

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She such mood.

White recently revealed one of the secrets of her long life.

And this is her sense of humor.

She then added that it’s also hot dogs and vodka, “probably in that order.”

“Emphasize the positive, not the negative.”

“It sounds corny, but a lot of people choose what to complain about instead of saying, ‘Hey, that was great! “If you look closely, it’s not hard to find great things.”

“I am blessed with good health,” she then simply noted, “so ninety-nine years is no different from ninety-eight.”

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One thing that makes it work? “A sense of humor. Don’t take yourself too seriously. You can lie to others – I wouldn’t lie, but you can’t lie to yourself.”

And it looks like it worked for her as White turns 100 next week and she plans to celebrate in style.

On January 17, White will take fans on an exclusive adventure into his life titled: Betty White: 100 Years of Youth – Birthday Celebration.

The film, directed by Steve Boetcher and Mike Trinklein, will dive deeply into her life over the years …

Including unseen excerpts from a TV show and her family life. This is her real birthday, which will be attended by celebrity friends such as Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Lin Manuel-Miranda, Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman, as well as many others will join her in the celebration.

The film will feature a range of excerpts from her previous work, including her commercials and iconic roles …

As well as highlighting her accomplishments and the contributions she has made to the entertainment industry.

When asked about the film, White said in statement for CNN: “Who doesn’t like parties?!? It will be great! ”

We can’t wait to see this!

And now she even told people how she managed to live such a happy life.

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One of them is that she finds positive in everything.

And if you want to feel like Betty White now and as you get older, we recommend that you keep scrolling.

Talking to PeopleWhite told the magazine how happy she is to be 100 years old.

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“I am so lucky to be in such good health and feel so good at this age,” she said. said
Whoa, how cute is she?

And she inherited something else from her mother.

And they helped her live as long as she lives.

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Speaking of her optimism, she said: “I got this from my mom and it has never changed.

“I always find something positive.”

So let’s make our New Year’s decision to be more like Betty White in our own unique style. We know this is what we are going to try and do.

Sandra Bullock even had something to say about the amazing Betty White.

Pray that she celebrates her birthday in a way “just like she celebrates every day of her life with humor, kindness and vodka on ice, celebrating a toast to being a tough ass who threw us all into dust.”

Oh my gosh, we really love you, Betty White.

Just a few weeks to the big hundred – we can’t wait!

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