Learn about this innovative way to keep seniors at home and still engaged in a thriving community.
Bookstore owner Polly Buxton talks about the magic of books and of her own love story, as romantic as any of the novels she sells.
Sleep is the Holy Grail for some of us. How to get it and how to keep it is a skill.
Toxin warrior Cheryl Meyer talks about the hidden toxins in your home
Science shows we're evolving in some strange ways. What if we could harness that information?
Older women are a force to be reckoned with. So why does our culture keep trying to make them invisible?
She knows that it's all about relationships, from human resources to getting small business loans for people of color.
Dr. Debra Muth says connecting to your feminine has nothing to do with ruffles and bows.
Have you found your soulmate? Is that the only one out there?
Passionate women's advocate talks feminism in the South and whether we'll see the ERA in her lifetime.
Susan Fowler has written the book on motivation...literally. And, guess what? There's a science behind motivation and it's more than "just do it."
Self-professed geek J Scott Christianson talks about how social media is designed to suck us in and other tech dangers.
We miss a lot in life by not paying attention. Sometimes the universe has to smack us upside the head.
Danielle Roberts admits Medicare is a complicated nightmare, but her expertise can help you through it.
Dr. Jeannelle Perkins-Muhammad talks about how you can keep the flame burning even across the miles.
We've heard about the changes of job loss, aging...but moving in AND out of quarantine can pack a wallop too.
Finding meaning in the quarantine and these difficult times is the only way to bounce back.
Bill Protzmann talks about how music can help you physically, emotionally, spiritually -- and how it literally saved his life.
Carolyn Rivers of the Sophia Institute discusses feminine power, racial equity and how our country's breakdown may be what we need for breakthrough.
Lucille was older than 100 but she had the energy of someone half her age. What she had to teach us.
It wasn't the birthday I had planned. But somehow, it was the birthday I needed.
Don't you wish you had a GPS for life? Dana V Adams says that's life mapping.
She's got so much going on, she calls herself a "wellness fraud," but she knows how to deliver self-care.
How can your energy -- and others' -- affect your life and your health?
Why are some people so bad at love?
Call her fat, but call her beautiful too because she loves ALL of herself!
Charleston's First Lady has a lot to say about the pros and cons of having an unofficial job title.
What her 48-day South Pole trek taught her about herself and about her marriage.
We have no rituals for forgiveness, and society has entered the Cancel Culture.