There may not be a fountain of youth you can drink from, but nutritionist for the stars Oz Garcia has written several books that will help you read your way to looking younger!
It wasn’t until Susan Richards turned 45 that she picked up a pen and put it to paper (or in this case, put her fingers to a keyboard). And when she did, she wrote like she had done it all her life – her two books made her best-selling author.
For many women, aging means being less attractive. But for the “Makeover Guy,” getting older means becoming more beautiful. Author Christopher Hopkins says that as more candles get put on the cake, women should feel more attractive.
Girls do many things with their mothers – shop, talk, cook. But not many daughters can say that they wrote a book with their mom. D.G. Fulford, a grandmother herself, did just that with her 89-year-old mother.
Growing Bolder Radio has interviewed a remarkable man by the name of Dan Buettner. Dan holds several world endurance cycling records, is an adventurer, film producer, photographer, educator, and now author of the definitive book on longevity.
He was part of one of the most successful and popular rock bands in history and Don Felder was the writer behind their biggest hit, “Hotel California.” But now, Felder talks about the bitter break up of The Eagles.
The meaning of retirement has changed so much over the years that author Tammy Erickson says to retire it! In her new book, she says boomers have more options and don’t have to just leave their careers behind when they hit 65.
Andy Andrews’ life took a drastic turn at age 19 when both his parents died and he became homeless. But he forced his life to take another turn for the better and has become an author and motivational speaker.
With so many different ways to stay fit and healthy, Ted Skup decided to keep it simple and go back to the basics – push-ups. He says the push-up is a lot more than just an exercise; it’s a lifestyle.
He’s a New York Times Best Selling Author and he’s kicking genes to the curb! Dr. Dean Ornish’s new book says we don’t have to be confined to our characteristics.