Discover & Enjoy
Peak Life Experiences
in Your Sunset Years
Let’s make the rest of our lives the best of our lives.
Hi! My name is Brant Huddleston, born 1956, host of this podcast and blog for active, older adults who want to enjoy peak life experiences well into and even past their sunset years.
As a boomer, I am chin-deep in all the issues that affect my generation ~ staying healthy so I can travel, caregiving an elder parent, being there for kids and grandkids, deciding future care preferences, and how to pay for it all.
On each show, I interview an expert who shares best practices, tools, tips, and technologies for how to make the most out of our best years of life…and even learn about the afterlife.
Often practical, sometimes thoughtful, always upbeat and lively – it’s all here for free, for your benefit and enjoyment.
Wherever you are in your life journey, I’m here to help you keep on dancing well past sunset!
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).
An online shop featuring helpful products 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 support the show!
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.”
“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.