Life can change in an instant. There’s no promise that tomorrow will come. Wendy Chioji says: don’t procrastinate. Make changes in your life right now!
Getting and staying active can be a commitment. Wendy Chioji understands but says you have to talk yourself out of staying inside and sitting on the couch. You never regret a workout!
We now have the very real opportunity to live decades of active life long after what has previously been considered retirement age. What will you do with the time?
Some people avoid expectations at all costs. But there is another way to look at them! Wendy Chioji has advice for discovering new things and having the right mindset going in.
Sometimes the hardest part of making a change is taking that first step. Don’t be overwhelmed — Wendy Chioji has tips for taking the leap, finding something fun and getting involved in life, starting right now.
It’s not about age — it’s about attitude! Wendy Chioji has a message for anyone who may be buying into the stereotypes about aging. If you don’t change your mind for yourself, do it for everyone around you!
Our own Secily Wilson has overcome some enormous obstacles in her life. A stressful divorce that led her to becoming a single mom, suffering a stroke while on the air as a television anchor, changes in her career and more. But at one of her darkest moments, she came to a realization — she had a lot to be grateful for.
A new study reveals that three out of four Americans over the age of 50 now say their ideal retirement will include working — at least in some fashion. So if you think it’s too late to chase your dream, even if that’s starting your business, think again.
Are you willing to step up to the plate for your own life? No matter what hardships you may face, Tony Little says you CAN do it and you CAN survive. Get his advice for how you can do it.
Do you ever look at a public person and think, “what in the world does that person have to complain about?” Exercise guru Tony Little cautions you against judging a book by its cover because often, we have no idea the hardships someone is trying to survive.