What happened when longtime public radio host Tess Vigeland stopped being “Marketplace’s Tess Vigeland?” She explains why she walked away from what seemed to be a dream job and what she’s learned about taking a leap of faith.
These days, it’s all about saving money — and still enjoying your life. No one is better at figuring out how to do that than consumer warrior Clark Howard. He gives tips for some of life’s biggest bills, including retirement and healthcare.
Senior hunger is a serious problem in this country, yet few people are talking about it. Enid Borden is on a mission to not only feed the hungry but to solve the problem of hunger. She explains what you can do today to be a part of the solution.
Once upon a time, TV writer Ted Bergman was the hottest ticket in town, but these days, it’s tough for him to get a ticket on the bus tour. He believes age could be a big part of the reason. He explains how he’s battling ageism in Hollywood.
Like many kids, Steve Latshaw dreamed of making movies when he grew up. But unlike other kids, it’s a dream he never gave up on. Now in his 50s, he’s just hitting his peak, working at a prolific pace writing screenplays and directing feature films.
This is a rare and exclusive look inside one of the most incredible closets in the world. It belongs to 91-year-old philanthropist Harriett Lake, and she is unlike anyone else you’ve ever met. Find out why fashion inspires her more now than ever.
Retirement isn’t what it used to be. It’s not even WHERE it used to be. Forget Florida and Arizona; a growing number of retirees are looking overseas. An editor from Kiplinger discusses its list of 8 great places to retire abroad.
Second-grader Vivienne Harr was so moved by a photo of child slaves that she decided to make a stand. She opened a ‘lemon-aid’ stand outside her home and in less than one year, this 9-year-old has started a global movement.
You’re about to meet a woman whose life changed overnight — all because she was willing to admit she’s vulnerable. Find out why researcher and storyteller Brene Brown thinks her talk on vulnerability, shame and courage struck such a nerve.
Charlie Brotman has one of the most unique — and coveted — jobs in public announcing. Since 1957, he’s been the voice of every presidential inauguration. He shares some memorable stories and reveals why he’s never been paid a dime.