Part 2 of my talk with Andrew Belser, professor of Movement, Voice, and Acting at Penn State, and creator of an award winning video program called FaceAge — a deeply moving work that challenges perceptions about what it means to be “old,” fosters introspection, and cross-generational connections. Listen as Andrew tells us more about the neuroscience behind FaceAge and a little bit about his personal story, including how an encounter with his older Uncle on a barn rooftop changed his life.
FaceAge is an award winning video program that weaves together interconnected chapters in which young adults and aging individuals reflect on life while studying and describing one another’s faces. But it’s more than just about intergenerational connection…it is about human healing, and there is nothing more deeply beautiful than that.
Bouncing Over the Big Pond with Tricia Pimental, International Living’s Portugal Correspondent, Part 2 of 2
The second of my two part interview with Tricia Pimental, International Living Magazine’s Portugal correspondent, who bounced around the US with her husband Keith until then they landed in Fundao, Portugal, about two hours north of Lisbon. Why did she bounce? Well, you’ll have to listen to find out, but just let me say it caught me totally by surprise!
Bouncing Over the Big Pond with Tricia Pimental, International Living’s Portugal Correspondent, Part 1 of 2
Tricia Pimental, boomer, author and former actress, tells the story of how she and husband Keith made the decision to pull up roots and travel, eventually landing in Portugal, where they live at 1/3 the cost of living in the US. In this episode, we talk about the challenges of leaving kids and grandkids “back home,” and why they are loving life over the “big pond.”
How can Boomers save thousands on medical procedures like joint replacement, orthopedic surgery, and even weight loss surgery? Take a trip to the beach, and even get your boss to pay for it!
“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.