Have you ever wanted to write your family’s story but you weren’t sure how to get started? Writer Patricia Charpentier says it’s just like eating an elephant — you’ve got to take it one small piece at a time. Find out her tips for getting started.
One of the nation’s foremost experts on palliative care says end-of-life care is one of the biggest national crises we’re facing today. Find out why he thinks our system is broken and how he would change the way we deal with our final life stage.
After discovering some old photos of his parents that he’d never seen before, comedian and blogger Eliot Glazer had a realization — my parents were awesome! His revelation led to a smash hit blog of the same name and now a best-selling book!
Joanie Schirm is a retired CEO who, in many ways, represents the new face of retirement. She’s still learning, still growing, still active in her community and still working. Only these days, she’s working on a passion project — genealogy.
At 72, one of the world’s top model agencies asked her to pose — not in spite of her age, but because of it. A mother, author, PR executive and passionate believer in inner beauty, Valerie Ramsey isn’t slowing down for a second.
One class at a time; one day at a time. Kay Mullally is not a typical student, but she does represent an entire generation of women who were told that college was not in the cards. After raising a family, Kay decided to take a step into the future.
What if everything we thought we knew about aging is wrong? Dr. Leslie Martin is using an eight-decades long study to debunk a lot of the commonly held beliefs about the secrets of a long and healthy life. Her results are fascinating.
Siphiwe Baleka is a one-of-a-kind Yale graduating, globetrotting, God-fearing, truck-driving, fast-swimming family man. And he’s got a new mission — to help long-haul truckers everywhere improve their health, fitness and quality of life.
This is the story of a man trying to find himself and fighting through heartbreak. After the death of his wife, he found peace through running, and in turn, became one of the world’s top endurance runners and adventurers.
Janet Oberholtzer and her family sold their family business and set out for the adventure of a lifetime — a cross-country trip in an RV. Just six months into the trip, Janet was fighting for her life. See how she learned to live again.