If you’re going to be stuck inside, it may as well be inside a tent in the great outdoors. Here’s how camping can take the common out of quarantining.
On this episode of What’s Next, we explore happiness and how to achieve it in the age of COVID-19 with five-time New York Times bestselling author, motivational speaker and award-winning podcast host Gretchen Rubin.
Looking for your next great summer read? We’ve got you covered with 5 great book recommendations that will keep you engaged, interested and entertained.
Tim Minchin’s creativity apparently knows no bounds. He’s an internationally acclaimed actor, comedian, writer, musician and the creator, writer, producer, director, composer and star of the dramatic television series Upright.
One day, New Yorker Barbara was fine; the next, she was sick from COVID-19. She shares details on the journey of recovering her own health while protecting those around her.
George Diaz was born in Cuba but moved to America with his family when he was five years old. As he approaches 64, Diaz reflects on his life as a hyphenated American and the pull between his birth country and the country he calls home.
On this week’s show, we catch up with Motown legend and Grammy winner Thelma Houston. She shot to fame with the mega-hit “Don’t Leave Me This Way” in 1977. Now that she’s in her 70s, she’s more active than ever.
If we allow it, our lives can be filled with moments of awe. They’re everywhere. We only have to pay attention. Growing Bolder contributor Mike Leonard and his crew set out on a journey to experience a moment of awe and received far more than hoped for.
Saving, protecting and restoring natural areas is Bob Bendick’s passion — and his life’s work. Now, at 73, Bendick is leading one of the most challenging efforts of his 40-year career: working with state and local governments abutting the Gulf of Mexico, and with federal agencies, to use funds from the worst oil spill in U.S. history to rebuild the fragile coastal ecosystem.
On this week’s episode of What’s Next, former pro wrestler Marc Mero joins us for a pep talk unlike any other. Back in his wrestling days, he was known as Johnny B. Badd, but these days, he’s focused on all things good.