Today, the Korean conflict is considered the “forgotten war.” It began just five years after the end of World War II and has been overshadowed by the Vietnam War. One of many forgotten heroes was Phillip Kulbes, who received a Silver Star for his bravery.
Doug Garr is one of America’s most fascinating writers, and he’s an expert on everything from what’s making Americans fats to skydiving.
He was a young man, sitting in front of a couch, beginning that all too familiar spread when he decided to work some pounds off by running. He went out for a run and he still hasn’t stopped. That was 30 years ago.
She wrote a bestseller about leadership called “Winning”. Her latest, “10-10-10: A Life Transforming Idea” teaches you how to make wise decisions.
For cancer patients and their families, there’s never been a “support group in a book.” Until now. David Tabatsky’s intensely personal story led him to put together stories of inspiration and motivation.
As a newspaper journalist, Lee Bergquist knows a story when he sees one. And when he decided to get healthy and active in his own life, he found that he’d not only found his second wind, he’d discovered a real scoop.
When Janice Stillman became the first female editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, she took over a publication that George Washington helped launch. Find out why she says it’s still relevant today.
For more than 30 years, Garrison Keillor has been keeping the golden age of radio alive with his iconic show, A Prairie Home Companion. He shares why the pressure of aging has actually been liberating to him.
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.
For many women, aging means being less attractive. But for the “Makeover Guy,” getting older means becoming more beautiful. Author Christopher Hopkins says that as more candles get put on the cake, women should feel more attractive.