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Lynn Hill, one of the greatest rock climbers of all-time, is continuing to push the limits and has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. Learn how she stays motivated and continues to defy ageism as she approaches 60.
Learn how four brothers used their shared experiences to come up with a bold idea to make a big difference in the lives of cancer survivors that not only inspires people but shows what’s possible when you’re willing to make the climb.
Travel is the No. 1 leisure activity for Boomers, who spend $57 billion on leisure travel every year. One of the fastest growing trends in Boomer travel is adventure travel. Find out what you need to know before setting off on your own adventure.
What lengths would you go to to follow your dreams? Maybe a better question is — are you ready to take a leap? A big one? Secily Wilson has the story of the daring dive one woman took that we think will inspire you.
Roz Savage was living a life like a lot of people. She had a regular job, the usual commitments, a lot of stuff … but not a lot of fulfillment. She walked away from it all and started rowing. See how she found herself and her purpose on the ocean.
Rock climbing, yoga practitioner, hiker and sports psychologist Virginia Savage says she has learned an important lesson through her many adventures — you don’t have to overcome your fears, just learn how to move through them. Learn more.
Have you ever wanted to really experience America? Writer Colin Flaherty did so he quit his job and traveled cross-country for a year. He did it all relying on his thumb — hitchhiking the entire way. He shares stories from the road.
After waging (and surviving) a very public battle against breast cancer, former TV anchor Wendy Chioji decided to start Growing Bolder in her own life. Find out how you too can learn to listen to what your heart is telling you.
Should high school seniors put off college for a year to go travel the world? That’s what one woman, who has spent 24 years traveling the globe, thinks, and she’s hoping to start a national movement.