Alice found fulfillment after retiring by going back to work, but her encore career is more than just a job. It feeds her spirit and gives back to her community.
Bill Kurtis, investigative reporter and serial entrepreneur, has found both a new career and a new passion raising cattle in Kansas.
The Sheltons were just starting to build their lives together when they were forced to confront a diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s disease.
This shrewd senior found a way to increase her Social Security payments by $500 a month.
Before he retired, Tim Moffatt was a librarian and journalist. Now he calls himself a “yachtsman.” Moffatt moved onto a small sailboat in Olympia, Washington to make ends meet.
As more men step into the role of primary caregiver, they are finding that the job requires far more than home health skills.
Michele sees recycling and gardening as an important part of her environmentally friendly lifestyle.
This senior couple relies on gardening to maintain healthy minds, bodies, and a strong bottom line.
Larry Engles started tinkering with tools when he was a little boy. Now in his 70s, he makes his living as handyman Dr. Fix All.
Wisconsin farmer Will Allen has found a career that will take him well into retirement. Allen nurtures aspiring urban farmers through his organization Growing Power.
A new exercise trend, Cane Fu, a martial arts program, is inspiring seniors to get fit and fight back.
Carmen de Lavallade and Gus Solomons, Jr., co-founders of Paradigm, a vibrant ensemble of mature modern dancers.
Lee Pollock, Freddie Lambert, and Wallace Smith find time in retirement to play checkers and swap stories at their local barbershop in Durham, North Carolina.