Adriane Berg

Adriane Berg is an influencer for successful aging, healthy longevity and lifelong contribution. She is a prolific writer, international keynote speaker and founder of Generation Bold Consulting to reach the boomer, mature and caregiver markets. Ms. Berg acts as director of Metabesity2020, an annual conference and initiative to increase healthy longevity and delay or prevent age-related diseases.

Ms. Berg is host of the podcast Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth, winner of the Mature Market Award for Radio. She is a New York Times Age Boom Fellow and author of 14 books, including The Retirement Income Explosion and The Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids.

She is a well-known advocate for successful aging and a tireless fighter against ageism, with multiple appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America and other national shows. 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 on IRS Tax Beat, and a five-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.

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Aging for Beginners

Don’t Ditch Your Toxic Friends…They Might Change

Is it time to get rid of your toxic friends? How to identify them…and then decide what to do about them

Aging for Beginners

10 (Mostly Free) Splurges That You Deserve After 50

The top 10 (mostly free!) indulgences that you should splurge on—because you deserve them!

Aging for Beginners

I Know My Feet Are There—I Just Can’t See Them: My Flat-Belly Quest

The battle of the belly fat. How to reduce your risks…and your waist.

Aging for Beginners

Stand Up: An Easy Way to Live Longer and Be More Fit in a Sedentary World

Sitting too much can kill even dedicated exercisers. Our bodies need to move…regularly. It’s easy—but do you do it?

Aging for Beginners

Longevity and Medicare: Not Perfect Together

Medicare costs could be significantly reduced if they would shift focus and invest in prevention rather than treating illness.

Aging for Beginners

Was It Jerry? Why Animals Help Us Age Better

Our love of animals can be a life-extending lifeline for many, as pets provide not just companionship but also purpose.

Aging for Beginners

ZZZ Warning—This Article Could Put You to Sleep (That’s a Good Thing!)

Monitor your sleep as carefully as you watch your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. If you struggle, here are suggestions from my universe of experts.

Aging for Beginners

Fasting Is Trending. Is It Right for You?

The science and health benefits of intermittent fasting is rising on the radar of a growing number of geroscientists. Is it the new fountain of youth?

Aging for Beginners

Disrupt Aging: How Science Is Making 60 the New 30

The advances being made in the science of longevity have the opportunity to make every 60-year-old the new 30.

Aging for Beginners

Aging Is Something to Sing About!

Songs touch hearts…tell stories…and are reflections of how we feel about growing older. Adriane Berg shares her favorite musical stories about aging.

Aging for Beginners

When Family Gets on Your Nerves—Some Old School Wisdom

Is your family getting on your nerves while you’re stuck in close quarters? Adriane Berg’s advice on maintaining sanity.

Aging for Beginners

Top National Institute on Aging Researchers Talk Candidly About Alzheimer’s Research

New and exciting collaborations are changing the face of Alzheimer’s research and treatment.

Aging for Beginners

Biohacking for Tummies: How Your Vanity Can Increase Your Longevity

With technologies that allow us to monitor and adjust our physiology, we are all becoming biohackers in an effort to extend our lives.

Aging for Beginners

I’m So Ashamed. A Day in the Life of a Coronavirus Slob

It wasn’t until coronavirus that Adriane Berg realized how poor her hygiene habits were. Now all that’s changed. True confessions.

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My Uncle Julie—Every Family Has a Black Sheep. Can They Change with Age?

Yes, he had some major flaws, but there was something lovable about Uncle Julie, the black sheep of the family. Lessons learned.

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Piggy-Back PR: How Marketers Are Capitalizing on Coronavirus

Marketers are masters at taking advantage of a good crisis. Here, some insights, into staying ahead of their game.

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Curtain Down, Chin Up: How and Why You Must Save Live Theatre Right Now

Live theatre is the engine behind so many aspects of the arts. How to help it survive the effects of the quarantine.

Aging for Beginners

The Happy Prisoner: The Ultimate Secret of Enjoying Sequestration

Learning to be alone with yourself is important for life. The quarantine has challenged many to find peace…and happiness…in their alone time

Aging for Beginners

Why Are Grandma and Grandpa Wearing Masks? A Story for Very Young Children

It’s frightening and confusing for children when grandparents show signs of aging or illness. How to keep them calm.

Aging for Beginners

I’ve Grown Accustomed to Your Mace: How to Get Out of Your Exercise Rut

There are many fascinating ways to stay fit beyond the treadmill. Search and you’ll find an ancient mace, gorilla bells, hula hoops and more.