One of the keys to active aging is keeping your brain healthy. There are several, proven ways to boost your brain power, and one of the most fun ways to keep your mind sharp is novel physical activity. What’s that? Well, get ready to play your way to health!
If you’ve ever thought, “Oh, I wish I could eat more locally grown foods but it’s just too hard,” Vicki Robin has some news for you — you can do it. Get her tips for eating closer to home and what it can teach you about your community and yourself.
If you desire to have a more self-sufficient and self-reliant life, farmer, scientist and author Hank Will wants you believe you can create a much better life for yourself than the PR pundits would have you believe when selling you their stuff.
How often do you meet a highly educated writer who’s a goat farmer and a media executive? Bryan Welch is that guy. He explains why he’s optimistic that we humans can figure out ways to improve sustainability — without all the doom and gloom.
Most Americans are now running on empty — we’re exhausted. It leads to stress, sickness, disease and unhappiness. So what can we to start feeling better? Florida Hospital’s Dr. David Biebel offers 52 simple ways to start feeling great today!
She’s been called the Prophet of Consumption Downsizers, and she’s here to help you reset your priorities and regain control of your finances.
They sure don’t make them like Virginia Ferrigno anymore. How many weed-whacking, blunt-talking, active-living 85-year-olds do you know?
A retired businessman has discovered that the joy of volunteering combined with the joy of gardening equals the fountain of youth.