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    Michelle Breyer

    Michelle Breyer
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    While working as an award-winning business reporter for a daily newspaper in Austin, Michelle Breyer co-founded NaturallyCurly 1998. NaturallyCurly - which empowers, educates and inspires world for women with curly, coily and wavy hair - into one of the largest media companies dedicated to hair topics. She has written for a number of publications.

    7 Coolest Unknown Travel Spots for 2019

    When you're making your travel plans for 2019, make sure to add Hocking Hills, Ohio to your list. You probably haven't heard of Hocking Hills - "Southeastern Ohio's Scenic Wonderland" - or VallDal, Norway or Kalisada, Bali. But they were some of the hottest travel destinations in the world in 2018.We...

    Fashioning a New Career

    After a successful career in the fashion industry, Barbara Warren found herself at a crossroads. Armed with skills and experience - including launching a successful fashion brand -  she was optimistic about her job prospects. "I thought: 'I built businesses. I can create and I can analyze. I have so...

    Centenarians: Longevity Unlimited

    The band Queen asks “Who wants to live forever?” Good question, especially since more of us than ever before are likely to live beyond 100.Earlier this year, Scientific American made a bold claim: “There might be no natural limit to how long humans can live — at least not...

    John Paul DeJoria: Living to 125 and Beyond

    For billionaire philanthropist John Paul DeJoria, 74, longevity is all mental. He believes he'll live to between 125 and 150 years old — "Somewhere in there.""If when you were born, you told everyone they would live to 150 years old, you would live to that age," says John Paul....

    Patti Sheaff

    When Patti Sheaff hasn’t surfed for a few days, she feels irritable and out of sorts. “When I’m not in the water, my gills get dried out.”When the waves are breaking, the 62-year-old rolls out of bed pre-dawn, has her Bulletproof coffee, does her stretches, grabs her board and...

    Paul Domenet

    On Paul Domenet's personal website, there's a photo of a Post-it note: "Nothing says it better than words." Words — and his ability to put them together in creative and impactful ways — have defined his life.Paul has risen to the top ranks of the advertising industry, working on...

    Lorraine Massey

    Lorraine Massey is redefining what it means to go gray. Rather than letting yourself go, it's about letting go. It's about taking control over when and how you do it, and seeing your new hair color as a wonderful opportunity rather than an inevitable curse."The journey getting to silver...

    Foundation Training: What Does It Do For You?

    Years of surfing, skydiving and snowboarding – along with a work injury in her 30s – nearly put an end to Patti Sheaff's active lifestyle.“I was in serious pain for a while and had to stop surfing for a year,” says the 62-year-old veteran surfer. By doing Foundation Training...

    Mark Gold

    Ageism? Mark Gold Doesn't Buy It "Age discrimination is something we can each control," says Mark Gold, an AGEIST fan and cloud computing evangelist. "A lot of people just want to hang up their spurs. They can do that, but it’s detrimental. It's all about staying relevant. And it can be...

    Silver is the New Gold

    AGEIST was in the news this week with a segment Silver is the New Gold on Marketplace with Lisa Napoli.Lisa came over a couple of Sundays ago to have a chat about how AGEIST is helping brands speak to the new vibrant 50+ consumer. We reached to AGEIST reader Paul Gold, of Baltimore and in town for...