Press on! The one trait shared by all active centenarians is the power of persistence.
We asked the Growing Bolder community to share reunions that had an impact on them.
The new 10-episode season shines a light on the amazing possibilities available in a new life stage that never existed before – the decades many are experiencing after age 50.
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.
Reunions are billed as an opportunity to reconnect. I think their greatest appeal is their opportunity to connect.
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The pandemic has meant an explosion in online learning which retired seniors have taken advantage of.
Ken Burns, the legendary documentarian who made classics, such as “The Civil War” and “The Roosevelts,” believes it is possible to overcome almost anything to make a difference.
Masters Track and Field Hall of Famer Joy Upshaw shares six tips for proper running posture to help more people enjoy the benefits of running.
Marc Middleton, the Emmy Award-winning CEO and founder of Growing Bolder, joined Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and AARP State Director Jeff Johnson to kick off the county’s Age-Friendly Initiative.
Walt Disney World kicks off an 18-month celebration, an event that will be especially magical for a generation that grew up with Mickey Mouse.