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    Gaia Lutz

    Gaia Lutz
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    Gaia has been working as a journalist in London for the past five years. She has worked for Monocle Magazine and Radio in London. She is now based in Lisbon where she continues to write and produce content for print, digital, broadcast and live platforms.

    Leslie Blodgett, 57, Pretty Good Advice From the Former CEO of bareMinerals

    Leslie Blodgett is a remarkable woman; someone I could talk to and laugh with for hours. We were honored to have Leslie on Happy Hour With David and Chip last week. What struck us was, here was a woman who had created and run this massively successful corporation, and...

    Helga Hengge, 53: Gentle Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty

    Experience taught her it is the journey, not the destination, and that wisdom is knowing when to turn back. But writing about mountaineering is filled with clichés. A mountain is perhaps the most obvious and atemporal metaphor for a seemingly insurmountable obstacle or, in the bigger picture, for life...

    Margarita Forés, 61: Filipina Chef and Entrepreneur Rolling With the Punches

    “I always felt I was a nurturer, I always loved to feed people. But if you are able to be nurturing, to allow sustenance with grace and to do it creatively — what a gift that is,” she says. “My mission is to make life and living more beautiful...

    Bethany Saltman, 50: Author, Buddhist, and Imperfect Mom

    “I’m totally imperfect — my life has not been perfect, my daughter won’t be perfect and our relationship won’t be perfect, but the biggest gift we can give ourselves is to allow ourselves to be who we are. If you are a parent it’s what your child needs more...

    Alan Bougen, 70: Founder of Comvita and Beekeeper Extraordinaire

    A lot has been said recently about the collapse of honeybee colonies, and the subject really does deserve our attention. While most of us run away from these small creatures, as a society we rely on them for our very own survival. Bees play a pivotal role in our...

    Robert Angel, 61: Mr. Pictionary

    Out of all board games, Pictionary is definitely a classic. It would be hard to find a family home that doesn’t stock a copy of the game on a shelf together with other classics such as Risk, Trivial Pursuit and Monopoly. In a time before the prevalence of video...

    Ken Friedman, 62: Riding Antarctica

    Perhaps nothing screams freedom more than the thought of riding a motorcycle, wind blowing in your face and hair, through vast landscapes of natural beauty. That was the sensation that first got Ken Friedman hooked on motorcycles as a teenager, as he accelerated his small Honda through the agricultural...

    Elizabeth Lindsey, 63: National Geographic Explorer

    It all started with a prophecy. Elizabeth Kapu'uwailani Lindsey was warned when she was just seven years old, that the day would come when the world would be in crisis. She was told that she would be part of a select group of people who would travel to its...

    Sabine Jankowski, 55: Disruptive Entrepreneur

    Sabine is a headstrong woman. From the original one-piece she is wearing at our meeting, blond hair cut in a straight-edged bob, to the steadfast way she talks, everything is indicative of a woman who does not shy away. Even as a young girl she always knew what she...

    Nuno Crisostomo, 55: Runner and UNICEF Emergency Specialist

    On Saturdays, Nuno Crisostomo, 55, wakes up at 6am and heads out for his weekend run. “It has to be early in the morning, before it starts to get too hot and humid. Summers here are very humid,” he explains. On the way to the riverfront he stops at...
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