Author and Editorial Director of Life Books, Robert Sullivan has written a book that could literally be anyone's dream. He's compiled 100 of the world's best vacation destinations and the cover is only a glimpse of what's inside.
5 Questions With: Gloria Laube
Love dogs? Love books? So does Gloria Laube, and she's found a way to put the two together and make a difference. See what she says about pursuing her career passions in this edition of 5QW.
Nobel Winning Russian Dissident Dies at 89
Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Nobel Prize-winning Russian author has died at 89. His son said late Sunday that he died of heart failure. Solzhenitsyn was a world symbol of censorship and oppression in the Soviet Union.
After retiring at the ripe old age of 50, Pat Paciello realized he had a lot of living left. So, in between his four rounds of golf a week, he wrote a humorous book about the joys of aging and retirement.
Celebrities are always in the news, but who cares, right? Wrong. Author and personal finance expert Caroline Waxler's Web site Mainstreet.com uses celebrities' mistakes to help others with their financial woes.
5 Questions With: Richard Doster
Author Richard Doster has found a way to combine his love for baseball with family, friends, and fun. And he's found a new career along the way! See what he tells Growing Bolder about a dream that's coming true every day.
Are you drowning in your stuff? Clear the clutter and learn how to rightsize your life.
What if you could keep your day job while fulfilling your fantasies? Wisconsin professor Elaine Beaubien is doing exactly that.
My Experience as a Student of a Community College at the age of Sixty-Three
I Was Not a Traditional Student by Sondra Crane http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/167651/sondra_c.html
My mother had told me years ago, after I had my first child, when I mentioned that I was sorry I did not graduate from college - I remember it as if were yesterday, "the years go by anyway, and if you only take one class a semester you eventually will earn your college degree". I did not...