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.
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Matt Paxton is a downsizing and cleaning expert, author, and host of TV’s Hoarders and Legacy List with Matt Paxton. He explains how you can downsize and why less is best.
Across social platforms like TikTok, older adults are proving that age isn’t a barrier or limitation, but an opportunity.
What makes relationships stand the test of time? Ari Seth Cohen grew up in San Diego with his grandparents. His…
Thanks to our ever-evolving digital world, it’s now easier than ever before to get online and get creative. While tangible creative outlets like painting, playing an instrument, crafting and cooking are wonderful ways to let your imagination run wild, don’t sleep on the many apps that are easy to use and can spice up your photos, drawing and designs online.
Creative expression is liberating, satisfying, and enhances our quality of life. It’s all about figuring out who we are and what we want to say and sharing it with the world in our own unique way. From fashion to photography to fitness, these fascinating folks over 50 are sharing their chosen creative outlets with their online communities.
Certified domestic violence advocate Sheryl Kurland had the skills she needed to help the women take steps to move forward in their lives. Still, using advice from her mother, she found a way to do even more.
Short, vertical videos have taken social media by storm. And, while some people assume TikTok and Instagram Reels are a “young person’s game”, plenty of 50+ adults are proving them wrong.
Personal stylist, fashion designer and show host Tracy Gold is helping all women love the body they have.
If you’re looking for bargains, items from your past or a whole new social outlet, thrift shops are the places to look. Here are a few things to know before you go thrift shopping.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people chose or were forced to limit their usual primping and beauty routines and opt for a more “natural” look. And, our opinion on it is anywhere from a gray area. We love it! Across genders and hair textures, tons of people have embraced their grays and actually found a lot of confidence in showing their true “lack of” colors. Curious if it’s for you? Check out how a few people are sharing their transitions, techniques and new styles.