Aging begins at 30 and ends…well, a lot of that depends on you. Aging for Beginners with Adriane Berg is your guide through the exciting realm of successful, happy aging…from finances to travel to relationships, work and retirement lifestyle. Adriane sees exactly how to make life better and helps you do just that at any and every age.
Learning after retirement is a fulfilling activity, remarkably like golf or other sports. But for those who want to continue to learn—either for work or for pleasure—there can ...
With so many natural disasters in the news lately, we are reminded of the need to plan, prepare and implement emergency safety.
Advice on productivity is wrongfully focused on the “what” and the “how.” The secret of productivity is to focus on the “why.”
A special breed of passengers will lead the way in the post-COVID world of travel—travelers dealing with disabilities have always had to be careful travelers.
Does age really bring wisdom? Is wisdom a real thing? Aging for Beginners blogger Adriane Berg asks these and other philosophical questions.
The top 10 (mostly free!) indulgences that you should splurge on—because you deserve them!
The battle of the belly fat. How to reduce your risks…and your waist.
Sitting too much can kill even dedicated exercisers. Our bodies need to move…regularly. It’s easy—but do you do it?
Our love of animals can be a life-extending lifeline for many, as pets provide not just companionship but also purpose.
Monitor your sleep as carefully as you watch your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. If you struggle, here are suggestions from my universe of experts.
The science and health benefits of intermittent fasting is rising on the radar of a growing number of geroscientists. Is it the new fountain of youth?
The advances being made in the science of longevity have the opportunity to make every 60-year-old the new 30.
Songs touch hearts…tell stories…and are reflections of how we feel about growing older. Adriane Berg shares her favorite musical stories about aging.
Is your family getting on your nerves while you’re stuck in close quarters? Adriane Berg’s advice on maintaining sanity.
New and exciting collaborations are changing the face of Alzheimer’s research and treatment.
With technologies that allow us to monitor and adjust our physiology, we are all becoming biohackers in an effort to extend our lives.