After retiring at the ripe old age of 50, Pat Paciello realized he had a lot of living left. So, in between his four rounds of golf a week, he wrote a humorous book about the joys of aging and retirement.
Emily Kimball calls herself the Aging Adventurer, and she certainly has earned that moniker.
Carol Seagrave is one of the nation’s top experts in creative planning for mid- and late-life years, and she’s also a tremendous athlete.
At the age of 80, Marilyn Dubois decided she was ready for a new career. She never dreamed that within three years of that, she’d be promoted to Vice President of a major financial institution!
Gino De Luca is living proof that you can become more creative as you age.
No one has done more to innovate and popularize the Lindy Hop than Frankie Manning.
Susan Perlstein has spent decades promoting “creative aging,” which encourages people to find meaning and purpose in their lives through art during the course of their entire lives.
He didn’t mind if you didn’t know his name, because he knew you know his music. His autobiography said it all, “They All Sang My Songs.” And the biggest names in music history did.
Dan Perry is the executive director of the nonprofit Alliance for Aging Research, the nation’s leading organization promoting independence and health for older Americans.
Many seniors want to move to smaller places or create more room in their homes, but they’re overwhelmed by decades of collecting