Across social platforms like TikTok, older adults are proving that age isn’t a barrier or limitation, but an opportunity.
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There are now hundreds of new apps and websites designed specifically to create real-world relationships and foster new friendships. Here are five of our favorite apps and sites to find community.
When it comes to conversations about personal growth, this collection of pods will challenge, inspire and motivate you to become the best version of yourself as you continue Growing Bolder.
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.
There is a common ageist belief that rapid physical decline is a normal part of aging and we’re all destined to become weak and frail in old age. This is a damaging myth that athletes in The National Senior Games are rapidly disproving.
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.
Since 1987 in the United States the month of March has been observed as Women’s History Month. At Growing Bolder we’re fortunate to cross paths with women who have lived extraordinary lives.
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.
Justine Bateman is ready for her Hollywood closeup. She would prefer you not look at her face or other physical features. There is much more power in her words.
Blair, who pitched for the Peoria Redwings in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s, is one of the leaders in a movement to establish a museum that honors women in baseball.
For Women’s History Month, we asked the Growing Bolder Community to tell us about a woman who has had a positive impact on their lives. Here are just a few of those inspiring, uplifting responses.