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

Food for Skippy: Doggie Bags Boomer Style

In today's "PC world," even a simple doggie bag has taken on new meaning.

Aging for Beginners

Dental Tourism: The Good, the Bad and the Molar

Don’t risk bankruptcy due to health-care costs. Consider medical and dental tourism. Great care can be had for a fraction of the cost.

Aging for Beginners

The Language of Longevity: Why Age Words Matter

How you describe yourself—and how you perceive yourself— determine how you feel and behave at any age. Forget infirmity…focus on vitality.

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Start Now to Be Who You Want to Be

The new world of longevity starts with one decision—who do you want to be in the later stages of life?

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The Downsizing Chronicles: The Agony and the Ecstasy

Downsizing guru Marie Kondo has got it wrong. For folks of a certain age, the "joy-ploy" doesn't always work.

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Will Scientific Breakthroughs Make Living Past 100 a Given?

New world of life science research is ending aging as we understand it today. New “BioAge” test and more.

Aging for Beginners

Coming of Age…Again Will Co-Housing Help Retirees Retain Community?

Communes are back for baby boomers, providing community plus support for aging individuals. Like the old days, the residents set the rules.

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Why Won’t Mama Listen to Me?

How do you get aging parents to move to a safer home? With love, strength and a deep understanding for what they are going through.

Aging for Beginners

My Birthday Blog—I’m Crying Because I’m Confused

At 71, Adriane Berg’s birthday celebration was a living example of age confusion in an era where elders’s place in society is changing.

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Allying with Powerful Feminist Initiatives to Fight Ageism

The fight against ageism needs to be fought much like the feminism movement. It worked then…it can work now.

Aging for Beginners

7 Reasons for Perpetual Lateness Syndrome…and What to Do About It

When you retired, did you throw away your alarm clock? Perpetual Lateness Syndrome doesn’t work, even in retirement. Time to fix it.

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How to Plan a “Fun-er-al”

You’ve had a wonderful life…you can have a wonderful death. Get creative for your last act.

Aging for Beginners

How to Hula Hoop: Mastering the Impossible

Even if you failed once, twice, three times, you can still master that skill. At 72, Adrianne Berg just did.


The Art of Aging Gracefully—Sarah Hiner Talks to Adriane Berg

Adriane Berg, Esq., is a writer, a speaker and a pioneer in the field of longevity and aging.

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Help Loved Ones Add Joyful Years to Their Lives

Want to live longer? Phone a friend. Socializing is as important for health as proper nutrition and exercise.

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Are You a Tweenager?

Being a “tween” isn’t just for adolescents. Older folks are finding themselves tweening as they look to semiretirement and beyond.

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Are You Financially SECURE? What the New Retirement Legislation Could Mean to You

401(k) options are getting better. New proposals in the House and Senate are a potential boon for baby boomers and their post-retirement income.

Aging for Beginners

Writing Your Résumé: Job Hunting at 40 and Beyond

How older workers can present themselves in the best light on their job search. Résumé-writing secrets and more.

Aging for Beginners

Cannabis: It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Weed Anymore

“Smoking weed” has moved from the dark corners of artists’ hang-outs to bright shopping centers. It’s kind of a shame.

Aging for Beginners

Is It Too Late to Abolish the Senior Discount?

Adriane Berg says that senior discounts are a form of ageism—segregating oldsters based purely on age. And it’s not right.