Growing Bolder Day is a free, intergenerational celebration of aging to promote the importance of an active, engaged lifestyle.
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Diane Corso developed an eating disorder as a adult. It didn’t go away with motherhood or aging. She struggled with anorexia for decades and hopes her story can encourage others who struggle, too.
Tracy Gold and the What’s Next panel reflect on the opportunities of midlife.
Dora Bush Koch, shares how her brother, former President George W. Bush took up painting as his mindfulness technique.
“We’re way out of line as a society. More than half the population feels overwhelmed by stress. We need to…
The quality of our relationships can have an even more dramatic impact on our lives than what we eat or how much we exercise.
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.
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.
Doro Bush Koch & Tricia Reilly Koch share why we should strengthen our relationship to nature.
Mental illness is not a natural part of aging. There are resources available to help you navigate mental health challenges, just like navigating a physical health event.
We’re all moving in one direction or the other. That direction will gain momentum. The couch, jogging, laziness and enthusiasm all have momentum. What kind of momentum do you have?