Finding the right community for retirement gives individuals the “last laugh” in their next chapter of life. You have the freedom to choose.
Author Adriane Berg
Adriane Berg, Esq., is a captivating writer and speaker and a pioneer in the field of longevity and aging. She is the founder of Adriane Berg & Associates, a firm that helps companies market to the boomer and mature generations. Ms. Berg is the host of Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth, syndicated on BIZTALK Radio. She is a well-known advocate for successful aging with multiple appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America and other national shows. She is a New York Times Age Boom Fellow and author of 14 books including How Not to Go Broke at 102: Finding Everlasting Wealth and The Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids. She is also an attorney and helped found the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, advancing the concepts of longevity planning and longevity law in the financial and legal professions. She was an editor of the Law Review, NYU School of Law, where she earned her JD degree. Her many awards include an Emmy for her TV work and—one which she considers more important than that—a 5-year Facilitator Acknowledgement for her work with children at Good Grief, a nonprofit that provides support to young people and families after the death of a mother, father, sister or brother.
One day, will we all be cared for by personal robots when family can’t do it? Maybe. Lots of amazing options already in use and more on the horizon.
It’s not just a little hearing loss. It’s what that hearing loss does to your brain and your longevity.
Don’t let anyone say you can’t travel because of your age. Here are great travel tips from an Ageless Traveler who’s been to 83 countries and counting…
The time to pretend that you don’t have hearing loss is over—because when you take steps to be able to really hear again, everyone wins.
Today’s young children will be so completely digitized that they will make even millennials look old fashioned. Can we do anything about this? Should we?
Here’s why I absolutely, positively must attend live theater, and lots of it. And why you might consider indulging in this happy addiction, too.
Is there really such a thing as a no-fail bread recipe? Sure—depending on your definition of fail. Here’s Adriane Berg’s sweet recipe for the holidays.
Talking about our health at dinner (and lunch) is an epidemic that must be stopped by any means necessary. Here’s why.
I have learned the one unusual thing that makes people truly happy no matter how old they are—here it is.
Getting married later in life is either a great idea or a horrible idea. Here’s how to know which category your marriage would fall into.
Who gives old people the most “modern” parts in plays and movies? Gilbert and Sullivan! Here’s how their portrayals teach us a thing or two today.
To get your message out there in a human way, there’s no better bang for your buck than a custom message T-shirt. It’s easy, cheap and fun.
Why are so many successful people so miserable? And why are the rest of us trying so hard to reach the same sad destination?
I didn’t realize how much my grandparents affected me until recently—and I’m almost a grandparent! What about you?
Scientists have categorized and named different sorts of grandparents. I think I know which sort I am—how about you?
The rewards of bird watching are wide and deep, including healing, adventure, family fun, lifelong learning and even deepening your relationships.
All those books about decluttering—even best sellers—fail to recognize what you are: a real person with real feelings!
Bliss is not the same as happiness—and bliss in retirement is something you can make happen for you.