Wonder Woman Lynda Carter reignites a new flame. Learn about her journey from superhero to songstress in the new Growing Bolder Magazine. Plus, bestselling author Gretchen Rubin’s tips for breaking bad habits and creating healthy ones — for keeps, and Anson Williams, of “Happy Days” fame, explains how a janitor changed his life.
In this month’s issue of Growing Bolder Magazine, TV icon Jane Pauley explains how she learned to move forward after the phone stopped ringing. Plus, Kenny Rogers answers our 5 Questions.
Photographer Alex Rotas is capturing the power and the passion of masters athletes, and in the process, she’s leaping toward her own new future. See how she’s redefining how we see aging. Plus, learn to avoid the most common fiscal foulups.
Growing Bolder is the one-of-a-kind active lifestyle magazine that combines the inspirational stories of ordinary people living extraordinary lives combined with tips and motivation on living the boldest life possible.
Growing Bolder Magazine is more than a magazine; it’s a movement. See how it has the power to change attitudes and lives in retirement communities across the country.
We pay tribute to Stuart Scott, who died of cancer at the age of 49, in this month’s issue of Growing Bolder Magazine. Photographer Tamara Lackey shares her personal photos and stories of her late friend. Plus, meet a 77-year-old powerlifting dynamo.
In this month’s issue Growing Bolder Magazine, meet photographer Ari Seth Cohen, who is putting fashionable older women in focus … finally! Plus, a quadriplegic artist who paints with her mouth finds a fan in Pierce Brosnan.
NFL great Reggie Williams is on a mission to save his leg, even though every doctor keeps telling him it needs to come off. Find out how he uses his art and daily stretching routine in his battle to do what he thinks is best for his body.
“What is Growing Bolder?” It’s a question we get asked a lot. Rather than tell you, we thought we’d show you. This video pretty much sums us up … for now. Get an inside look at some of the projects we’re working on these days!
Alzheimer’s disease can’t be reversed, slowed or cured but that’s not stopping one woman from using a unique approach to reach people suffering from this disease. See how she uses writing to the patients dignity, joy and a creative outlet.