That's what the island's newest centenarian, Gwendoline Mayers, says is the secret to her long life.
Our Sharika Griffith paid the birthday girl a visit earlier, and filed this report.
Janette Callender is the island's newest centenarian.
She celebrated her birthday Monday evening surrounded by family, friends and loved ones at the Christ Church Parish Centre.
Ms. Callender has four children, two daughters and two sons.
She has nine grands and sixteen great grandchildren.
One of her daughters Pamela Williams says she worked as a seamstress before she went to England in the 1960's.
She returned to Barbados in 1989.
The centenarian is a devoted member of the St. Bartholomew Church.
Albert Weatherhead has added another achievement to his long list of accolades.
The country's newest centenarian has not only represented Barbados in swimming and water polo, but was also a part of the only West Indian water polo team to make it to the Pan American Games in 1959.
He's also the founder of Barbados' oldest swimming club, the Alpha Sharks swim club.
According to son Dr. Louis Weatherhead, his father is also the oldest surviving Barbadian-Canadian serviceman.
Mr. Weatherhead, who has been inducted twice in to the Barbados Sports Hall of Fame, has three children and six grandchildren.
His son says he remained active up until a few years ago.