Robert Sleigh may have retired as a philosophy professor, but he was far from retired from life. At age 75, he not only entered the World Championships of Indoor Rowing, but he won!
54-year-old mother, grandmother and nurse’s assistant Jennie Long had plenty to keep her busy. Then, she decided to add homework to the mix, by going back to school.
He goes by the name VintageP and he blogs all day about playing the guitar – but he just learned how to play it! Pete Lefebvre started playing guitar at age 50 and is telling others out there that it’s OK to pick up an instrument later in life.
Five years ago Pilar Gerasimo took a lifestyle and turned it into Experience Life magazine. Now she has 600,000 people reading her ideals.
Stop running and start lifting. That’s the message from a UF orthopedic surgeon and researcher who spent 20 years developing a unique weightlifting machine. He says it helps you gain strength more quickly and you only have to work out once a week!
A retired businessman has discovered that the joy of volunteering combined with the joy of gardening equals the fountain of youth.
Happiness is possible. Learn how to radiate power and joy by healing your mind, body and spirit.
A renowned photographer is opening the eyes of teens to show them the wisdom of some of the oldest people in the world.
Ruth Edwards says lifelong learning programs are teaching plenty of “old dogs” new tricks and many of the students are learning more than they ever have.
50-year-old Carla Hoppie isn’t your average college freshman.