Mothers of infants seem to always know how old their babies are, down to the hour, but somewhere along in life that gets lost, and we no longer keep track of those things. The website You’re Getting Old! will tell you how many years, months, and days old you are once you enter your birthday. It will also give you a great deal of other information, such as how many breaths you’ve taken, how many miles you’ve traveled around the center of the Earth, and important historical events that have taken place in your lifetime.
Perhaps the coolest feature of You’re Getting Old! is a timeline that shows how many days old you are alongside how long ago something that happened before your birth was. For example, at the time of my writing this, I’m 8,110 days old, which is longer than the time between the Apollo 13 mission landing safely and my birth — 8,077 days.
What interesting information did the site tell you? Share below!