Enjoy Peak Life Experiences in Your Sunset Years
Hi! My name is Brant Huddleston. I’m the host of Dance Past Sunset ~ a podcast for older adults who want to enjoy peak life experiences well into and even past their sunset years. As a boomer myself, I am knee-deep in all the issues that affect my generation ~ how to travel and stay mobile, caregiving an elder parent, deciding future care preferences, and how to pay for it all.
Brant’s seasoned podcast features an eclectic group of guests, from artists to authors, from witches to wanderers, sharing best practices for how to keep on rockin’ (and not in a chair either).
Brant’s personal blog features short stories and essays on if and how we will be remembered, why men struggle, our wonderings about what lies beyond death, and other “mad musings.”
The brand new Youtube channel features short, upbeat tutorials (called “Senior Moments”) on ways technology helps people maintain independent, high quality lives.
Coming soon, this is a one-stop-shop featuring helpful products and services that I either use myself, or that are recommended by my guests. You won’t pay a penny extra than buying at retail, and it’s a great way to help support the show!
A Sampler of My Favorite Posts
“How Boomers Can Live on less than $2500 a Month” with Dan Prescher of International Living Magazine
Seventeen years ago Dan and his wife Susan Haskins left snowy Omaha, Nebraska and have lived south of the border ever since, enjoying the sunshine, great food, low prices, and comradery of other International Living ex-pat boomers.
As caregivers, we are lost so many times and we struggle. One hears about dealing with aging parents, but experiencing it. So hard. Thank you for choosing Dale. The perfect person with the perfect heart to share his story in an articulate, compassionate and honest way.
Film makers Sara Feldmann Sheehan and Bobby Sheehan discuss Mortal, their documentary addressesing the fundamental issues about love, living, and what makes us human.
Not one, not two, but three Near Death Experiences (NDE’s) taught author Robert Kopecky and thing or two (or three) about the afterlife, and more importantly, how to live in the present with abundant joy, humility, and presence. Learn about life after death, and how to experience heaven without really dying.
Barbara Karnes is a wise and compassionate Registered Nurse who has been present for hundreds of deaths. Today she writes and teaches families in non-medical language for families how to experience the death of a loved one, because with knowledge comes understanding, and understanding reduces fear.
It’s safe to say that the Beatles were one of the most influential and innovative rock bands in the history of the genre. In this show we learn how losing friends affected their lives and music from David Dedrick, one of the world’s leading Beatles experts. Be sure to stay tuned for Part Two of this show!