Your mother kept a baby book documenting your first steps, first haircut and first words, so why can’t you keep one to commemorate your first colonoscopy?
Good news! There is a fountain of youth, but it requires you getting off the couch!
After turning 50, Tilly Grey says something inside her clicked that led her to Habitat for Humanity. That eventually led her to Africa, an unbelievable experience she describes in her new book.
Author Christopher Noxon says he is embracing his inner young person, and he’s found there are so many like him who want to “rejuvenile.”
Be honest — you still have some relics from your youth lurking in your closet. Style expert Sherrie Mathieson says even if those clothes come back in style, they just won’t work for you the way they once did.
An American icon, Art Linkletter has been a positive influence on our culture for more than 60 years.
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.
Leonard is the author of “The Greater Generation: In Defense of the Baby Boom Legacy.”
What if you could keep your day job while fulfilling your fantasies? Wisconsin professor Elaine Beaubien is doing exactly that.