This is the story of a man trying to find himself and fighting through heartbreak. After the death of his wife, Marshall Ulrich found peace through running, and in turn, became one of the world’s top endurance runners and adventurers. He shares his stories of love, loss and record-setting runs across the U.S. and climbs to the top of the world’s seven tallest summits.
Photo shoots are moving out of the studio and into the bedroom! Boudoir photography is attracting women who prove you’re never too old to be sexy. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
Bob Ellal is a four-time cancer survivor who says he’s learned the key to surviving a “terminal” illness — harnessing the mind-body connection to complement western medicine. He shares what he’s learned about an ancient Chinese practice.
It seems like there are always things to cross off our to-do list. And just when you cross two things off, you add three more. Julie Subotky is founder and CEO of Consider It Done, a personal concierge dedicated to solving our problems. She’s taken what she learned from her clients and using it to help everyone in her new book, “Consider it Done: Accomplish 228 of Life’s Trickiest Tasks.”
Bernice Ende is a former ballerina who discovered a new way of living on the back of a horse. Find out why she now spends years traveling thousands of miles with just her two horses and a dog.