Here’s a story for anyone you know who still doesn’t understand that it’s never too late! Ann Kahl got off the couch and started running at age 50. She started a calligraphy business at age 65. Today, she’s 80, and you’ve got to see her to believe her!
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For seven years writer Elizabeth Gilbert got nothing but rejection letters. She persisted because she had a passion for something that would allow her to do more than just pay bills and die. She believes there’s something within us all that makes us want to follow our curiosity wherever it takes us.
Samantha Brown has been around the block more than a time or two. She’s an Emmy Award-winning world travel host featured in more than 400 episodes of TV shows on the Travel Channel and PBS. She has visited more than 250 cities, 60 countries and spent more than 26,000 hours traveling.
From Therea Clower’s grief, “Into Light Project” was born, a national non-profit organization dedicated to changing the conversation about drug addiction; a tribute to others, like her son, who lost their lives to opioid addiction.
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Jennifer Field took on a courageous, relentless and ongoing quest to regain the life she nearly lost in a car accident. Hers is an incredible story of resilience, bravery and regrowth.
Not all growth is linear. In fact, most of us lose a little height in our later years! What really matters is that we continue to grow in other ways, in our body and spirit.
This delicious appetizer is perfect for late summer fare. Inspired by a sampling of a similar dish at an Italian restaurant in Las Vegas, Chef Brittany Driskell was determined to create something a bit different, she put her own spin on the filling.