When you suddenly find yourself spending a lot of time at home, you better enjoy the home you’re in. Audrey Lentz takes us inside her home, which is filled with an eclectic collection of items that celebrates childhood and the passions of her youth.
From a conch to a tuba, Bill Nemoyten plays them all. See how this pied piper uses his unique collection to delight audiences and spread his passion for music to all who will listen!
He says his purpose in life is to be a battery charger of the human spirit. Find out how he’s trying to change 1 million lives to help others find their purpose.
America’s favorite medical examiner has learned the secret to a long life: don’t die! Her experiences in the morgue will teach you how to avoid the place as long as possible.
Rita Brown is a gymnastics icon who has been through ups and downs, off and on the mat.
If you regularly watch TV favorite Oprah, you’ve probably seen Dr. Pamela Peeke on there more than once. She’s not only telling you what to do with your weight after you hit the big 4-0, find out how she can help you stay fit for life with just five steps
It wasn’t until Susan Richards turned 45 that she picked up a pen and put it to paper (or in this case, put her fingers to a keyboard). And when she did, she wrote like she had done it all her life – her two books made her best-selling author.
At age 68, Larry Pontius had a life expectancy counted in single-digit days. He was struggling to find hope and then he got a phone call.
Move over Dr. Phil because there’s a fresh, new voice who has advice based on something you may never achieve — 109 years of life experience. Find out what Ruth1898, the world’s oldest blogger, can teach you about love and life.
Get out there and play. Ernie Bach did and walked away with 24 medals at the Good Life Games.