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    David Stewart

    David Stewart
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    David is the founder and face of AGEIST. He is an expert on, and a passionate champion of the emerging global over-50 lifestyle. A dynamic speaker, he is available for panels, keynotes and informational talks at david@agei.st.

    Words in Progress: Pierluca de Carlo

    Pierluca de Carlo, one of the most impressive artists we have met, is having his first LA show Jan 24-Feb 2, 2020 at The Backspace Gallery, 1528 E 17th Street Los Angeles, CA 90021. We interviewed him here, and shortly thereafter, the Malibu fire destroyed a lifetime of his...

    Testing Things: The Step Count of the iPhone vs Fitbit 

    Since we have gotten deep into the idea of tracking our steps, a discrepancy has arisen. The iPhone could be counting 9,000 steps while the Fitbit was counting 12,000 steps. This is sort of like having two clocks in a room that show competing ideas of what time it...

    Dr. Bella McCloud, 59: Upward Life Trajectory

    When, two years ago, we last spoke with Bella, she was deep in the long process of getting her Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Then on top of that, she was also wondering if, post-surgery, she would remain cancer-free and if her goal of living in Hawaii could be sustained.We...

    8 Reasons Why We Love Ritual Multivitamins for Women Over 50

    We are so proud to have been chosen as the launch partner for Ritual’s new Essential for Women 50+ multivitamin. Before making our decision we researched them, we spoke to their scientists, and we investigated how they source their ingredients. The result? We have a massive crush on Ritual....

    The Morning Show

    I am not much of a TV watcher, so it completely floored me that for 6 straight nights I watched The Morning Show. Maybe it was the feature-film-level production values, maybe it was the sets, maybe it was the Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell, Jennifer Aniston, and Billy Crudup? Maybe...

    Joe La Fontaine, 59: Flying High

    Joe La Fontaine, 59, lives the high life, as in the really really high life, flying at 40,000 ft, captaining the world’s largest commercial aircraft. We have a thing for aircrews, especially the pilots. The uniforms, the lifestyle, the panache. It is a work-life in the very fast lane at...

    2020: The Year We Ask More From Life

    We are limited by several things in life. There are certain givens: how smart we are, how tall we are, who our families were, and that sort of thing. These are generally what we focus on. In math, they would say these are the fixed values. But the equation...

    I Love Weight Lifting. Is It So Wrong?

    I enjoy lifting heavy weight. This is something I am vaguely embarrassed by, as it intersects with some rather poor style references to the steroid-pumped beefy-bodybuilder lifestyle and a certain very nerdy data tracking obsession I have. Failed Yogi Yoga seems cool. It looks sexy, it has a spiritual component to...

    2019 Review: 10 Things I Learned

    1. Downtime  One of our future podcast interviewees says he needs 2 hours a day of downtime. I agree. This is a time when there is no incoming new information of the audio/visual variety. There are a huge amount of learning and entertainment options that one can plug into if...

    Norma Kamali, 74: Embracing the Beauty of Age

    At 74, she is now, and has always been, a true future-looking savant, an icon who is just as vital and culturally influential as ever. I can think of no other designer today who has been as much of her time while at the same time envisioning the future....
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