David A. Kekich, <email@example.com>, writes:
> A few months ago, I made a chart. On this chart, I put 48 columns. Each
> column represents a month (48 columns representing four years). Then I
> put in a bunch of horizontal rows (20 to be exact). That all results in
> 960 squares. Each square represents a month in my life, assuming I defy
> the insurance company actuarial tables, and actually expect to live 80
There is a life-expectancy calculator at http://www.northwesternmutual.com/games/longevity/longevity-main.html a bit crude, but it might be useful to you. According to it, if you're 55, eat healthy, don't smoke, don't drink too much, and drive safely, you should make it to 80.