Stephanie Bowman, founder One Heart for Women and Children shares what she’s learned about making a difference in the lives of others and offers her top 5 ways you can give back to your community.
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As with any profession, it helps if you love what you do. But in the field of volcanology, you have to love the risk, too.
Younger investors are turning to annuities at even higher rates. Here’s why.
It’s not just children who are eager to move forward with a new school year. Many adults are going back to college. With online courses and new technology constantly being developed, the opportunities are endless.
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Two time International Hot Rod Association world champion Elaine Larsen joined the Growing Bolder team to talk about the thrills of being a jet car racer and also what she did to take the financial fear out of retirement.
Discover how Maxine and Kirt serve up good times, good food and good relationships at their Orlando restaurant.
Your RISE Score, also known as Retirement Income Security Evaluation Score, can tell you whether you’re on track with your retirement income, and how well it will cover basic living expenses.
One of the most important decisions we make for our wellness is how we spend our days. Whether it involves paid work, volunteering, caregiving, or creative expression, our choices and activities that comprise how we spend our days become how we spend our lives. While one chapter of our professional activities may be complete, it’s never too late to begin something new, even in our 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. And the good news is today there are more choices and opportunities than ever before.
Elder law attorney Vanessa J. Skinner outlines the key benefits offered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Are you eager to find your own “what’s next?” There are countless ways to make a professional pivot. Here’s one that’s great for people who love helping others.
Beacon College is the first accredited baccalaureate institution in America dedicated to students with learning issues.
There is much to consider with long-term care, and advance planning is preferred to crisis planning.
Davy Jordan took a leap from the medical field to puppeteering so he could use creativity to serve communities.
Erik and Carly Olson decided to become Caring Transitions franchise owners to help older adults and their families through life’s challenging transitions.
In this edition of Growing Bolder’s Ordinary People Living Extraordinary Lives, we highlight the lives of men and women in Central Florida. We share their stories because the passion, purpose and significance they find in their daily lives is attainable for all of us. We just have to believe that more is possible.
Allan Ganz spent 67 years putting smiles on faces, being his own boss and feeling like the richest man in the world. How cool is that?
The prisoners at Lowell Correctional Institute who train the dogs and the veterans who receive them offer their heartfelt thoughts about the difference it is making.
Recent changes in legislation help you save for retirement.
By partnering with the Swim Across America charity, Rob Butcher has been able to honor his mom and give hope to others. He shares his tips