As a caregiver it’s vital that you care for yourself. Learn some important questions to ask yourself and steps to take to ensure your needs are being met too.
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When it comes to time, our culture wants us to believe that it has less value as the days go by, but that’s backwards! We aren’t made to withdraw from life as we get older. We’re made to lean into it.
Sharon Strickland is a great-grandmother that is shining a light on a unique aspect of caregiving later in life.
Myrt Rose, 85, says family trips in the 1940s sparked a lifetime passion for adventure that included everything from wing walking to diving for treasure. Meet this fearless Floridian.
Learn how Darryl Perry recovered from a near death experience and set his attention on inspiring anyone facing a challenge.
There’s no question that caregivers are under siege during this pandemic. If you fall in that category, check out these helpful tips for coping with the stress.
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In 2019, British yachtswoman Jeanne Socrates, 77, became the oldest person ever to sail around the world unassisted. Fresh off her world-record trip around the world, Jeanne sits down with us for a special event, Growing Bolder Presents.
Jillian Michaels shares how to jettison the concept of perfection and focus our appreciation on progress.
Barbara Beskind smashes stereotypes every time she goes to work. At 94, she is by far the oldest member of the world-famous, human-centered design team IDEO in Silicon Valley. Some of IDEO’s designs include Apple’s first mouse and the Pilates machine. Many of Beskind’s co-workers are 60 or even 70 years younger, but they’re soaking up her life experiences.
Press on! The one trait shared by all active centenarians is the power of persistence.
Virginia Oliver, affectionately known as the “Lobster Lady,” is the oldest, licensed fisherman in the world at 101 years old. The centenarian continues to take her boat out on the Atlantic Coast of Maine.
National Aviation Hall of Fame legend and retired U.S. Air Force Col. Joseph Kittinger climbed into a race car recently and experienced speeds up to 170 mph as part of the NASCAR Racing Experience program at the Daytona International Speedway.
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Connie Francis, a singing legend from the 1950s and 1960s, has known a life and career filled with highs and lows. At 83, hers is a story of survival and triumph.
Caregiver burnout is understandable. So, caring for the caregiver is vitally important, including learning ways to cope with the stress that comes from this important role.
Adults in the “sandwich generation,” wedged between caring for children and aging parents, feel more stress than any other group.
Eugene Snowden is a well-known musician on the Central Florida scene. Now, he’s playing a new role as his mother’s primary caregiver.
Sonia Pressman Fuentes founded the National Organization for Women in 1966. Now at 93, she is still fighting for women’s rights and against social injustice.
Thomas McClary, founder of the legendary band, the Commodores, knows about life’s highs and lows. Despite adversity, from segregation to a lawsuit, he looks for ways to lift others up.
Rolling Stones, James Taylor, ZZ Top among iconic rock bands touring in 2021, proving staying power and popularity of older musicians.
Jamieson Thomas defies description. Artist, athlete, adventuress and so much more. Only her art hints at the depth of this renaissance woman.