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Faigie Kobre — Reigniting Your Creativity After Age 45

As we age, we often have more time and energy for creativity. And there’s even a theory that after we’re done having babies we need to do something with all of that creative energy.
But where to start? What if you can’t even draw a stick figure? Faigie Kobre helps women who may be intimidated by art but who want to reignite their creativity. She talks to us about the magic of alcohol inks, which she says are sure to fill your days with color and joy & bring calmness to your life. Find out more at https://creativityreignited.com/ or https://eduart4kids.com/ .

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Keri Gans — The Dietician Who Loves French Fries and Martinis

Keri Gans is the author of “The Small Change Diet”, and a blogger for US News & World Report. “The Keri Report”, her own bi-monthly podcast and newsletter, helps to convey her no-nonsense, sometimes controversial, and fun approach to living a healthy lifestyle. Today we’re going to get her true confessions–including that she doesn’t like kale or sweet potato–and hear about what actually works for long term health. She gives us some simple, easy to follow guidelines to follow for optimal health as we age. Find out more here: KeriGansny.com.

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Jeanette Leardi — What Do I Do About Sneaky Ageism?

It’s no secret that in our culture most older people experience ageism– discrimination that’s based on a person’s age. In fact, in a recent study reported this year in the Journal of the American Medical Association 93% of people ages 50 to 80 reported experiencing one or more forms of ageism in their everyday lives. While it follows that we would want to do something to abolish ageism, we may feel that we don’t have much power to do so as individuals. But according to social gerontologist Jeanette Leardi, there’s quite a lot that we can — and should — do. Find out more: JeanetteLeardi.com.

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Mike Branon — “The Joy of Pickleball”

Have you tried the sport that is literally sweeping the nation? Pickleball is appealing to all kinds of people, at every age. Mike Branon talks to us about why it is the perfect activity for us as we age. And why it checks so many boxes–movement, social engagement, and brain strategy. Mike Branon is the author of “THE JOY of Pickleball”, the definitive instructional guide for the senior player. Find out more: https://www.mikebranon.com/

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Susan Salenger — Why Do Women Lie to Their Doctors?

Did you know that over 80% of patients lie to their doctors, and women lie more than men do? Why is that so? When the possible consequences are quite serious…like inaccurate diagnosis and inaccurate treatment. Susan Salenger, author and researcher, looks at women and their complicated relationship with their doctors and the healthcare system. She shines a light on the cultural history and gender bias in the medical community and how that affects our care and the care of our loved ones. Salenger offers us practical advice to help us recognize these biases and better navigate the patient-doctor relationship. Find out more here: SusanSalenger.com.

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Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell — How Can I Develop My Own Timeless Dressing Style?

Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell is an award-winning fashion historian, curator, and journalist based in Los Angeles. As well as writing books and articles, she does writing, lecturing, curating, and consulting for museums, universities, and the entertainment industry. She has written about fashion, art, and culture for “The Atlantic”, “Politico”, “Slate”, “The Wall Street Journal” and “The Washington Post” and has appeared on NPR, the Biography Channel, and Reelz. Find out more at KimberlyChrisman-Campell.com.

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Kip Clarke — Keeping a “high vibe” As We Age

Kip Clarke has been a multi-sport elite athlete who now, as she turns 60, uses her experiences to coach women in their middle and later years. Some of her accomplishments include championship titles in rowing, basketball, badminton, and field hockey, but most of her success in sports has come through playing competitive tennis. She currently holds three National Tennis Championship titles and has competed in six World Championships over the past two decades. Kip uses her experience as an elite athlete to help women as a transformational coach. See more at KipClarke.com

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Dr. Bill Rawls — When Antibiotics Didn’t Work, He Discovered the World of Healing Herbs

For over 30 years as a 4th-generation physician, Dr. Bill Rawls has dedicated his life to medicine. When a health crisis in his early forties abruptly changed his quality of life, he came face to face with the limitations of modern medicine and began to research the vast possibilities of alternative treatments.
Today, Dr. Rawls shares the revelations that helped him and thousands of others reclaim their lives and find their own paths to wellness. He is the bestselling author of “Unlocking Lyme”, “The Cellular Wellness Solution”, and is the Medical Director and Co-Founder of Vital Plan, Inc., a holistic health company. Learn more at VitalPlan.com. Use the code zestful15 to get 15% off of your first order at VitalPlan.com. I use them myself!

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Alice Tym — At 79, She’s the Pickleball Queen

Alice Tym played at Wimbledon 5 times–limo and strawberries included. She began her tennis career before Title IX was enacted, when women athletes were not supported by their universities and had to organize their matches and transportation on their own.

At 79, Alice is a gold medal winning pickleball player who says pickleball is a way to keep active and avoid loneliness.To say she is sassy is like saying the sun is hot. Funny, baudy and a straight shooter, Alice says that at this age you can either talk about your bowels or hit a ball.

I had the great privilege of joining her for dinner at the National Senior Games this past spring. Enjoy Alice’s irreverent humor and zest for life. Find out more about the National Senior Games at: https://nsga.com/

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Donna Kalil — Hunting Invasive Burmese Pythons in the Everglades (On location)

Meet Donna Kalil. She calls herself and her volunteers “Everglades Avengers”. She’s an environmentalist/herpetologist whose mission in life is to rid her beloved Everglades of the Burmese Python, an invasive and destructive creature. This invasive snake preys on almost anything–rabbit, deer, fox, otters….and there is a desperate attempt to control their numbers so the ecosystem can get back into some balance.

Donna Kalalil is a true “zesty”. She’s in her 60s, and doing what she loves–even if it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. Her purpose is clear and it motivates her to go out night after night. She’s also profiled on almost every story and documentary on the Everglades ecology. A Japanese crew came over recently to film her! Thank you Donna. It was a real thrill. You can find Donna on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/donna.kalil.7

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