Taking care of our mental health is one of the most important, yet often-overlooked aspects of our overall wellbeing. It can be especially challenging for those entering retirement and facing a new stage of life.
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One of the gifts of aging is the opportunity to reinvent yourself, again and again. From beauty queen to roadie to seamstress and restauranteur, Maxine Earhart has done just that…and she’s not finished yet.
Kermit Weeks believes we are all born with a desire to rise above, to free ourselves from our earthly bounds and soar among the clouds.
In 2010, in what can only be described as a very Growing Bolder move, Nanton challenged himself to chase his dream of becoming a documentary filmmaker. It was an ambitious goal but Nanton, if nothing else, is a man who knows how to take what is and create what might be.
Trina Gregory-Propst went back to school for baking at 42 and graduated at 45. At 52, Trina’s Orlando restaurant Se7en Bites is a national hit. She shares why finding her passion later in life has actually made her stronger and more resilient.
Kava bars have been on the rise in the United States, as a healthier alternative for social connection to catch a buzz without the booze.
When Scott Irving retired, his wife strongly suggested that he get a hobby. A former farmer, he thought he’d get a few hives and put them around his house. Today at 75, he’s got 500 hives and a thriving honey business.
Meet Debbie Petry, a 64-year-old who is combing the powers of technology and meditation to make a difference in the world.
As a medical doctor, photographer, mother, world traveler and FAA Certified Drone Pilot, Claire Johnson has many impressive attributes. Intelligence. Persistence. Determination. But her greatest characteristic might be this: staying open to the possibilities.
Benoit Glazer is a unique, talented and passionate man on a musical mission. To say he personifies focused energy would be a massive understatement.
Vivian Stancil, once a morbidly obese woman with an intense fear of the water is now a healthy, city official who runs two non-profits.
Chip Conley defines “Middlelescense” as a time to find your midlife calling. He shares the impact of being in a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset.