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"I find new ideas and different perspectives really rich for my creative thinking."

profile: sandra kulli, 71, marketing consultant, los angeles

"The more I find what makes me happy and what I enjoy in life, the younger I feel."

profile: michael blake, 59, dancer, new york

"I don't feel old in any way, or older. If anything I feel younger."

profile: laura silverman, 55, writer and naturalist, new york

"Life doesn't go on forever and I'd better be sure I'm doing what I want to do."

profile: peter gray, 74, author and psychologist, boston

Zermatt, and the whole Swiss mountain experience is fantastic.

travel: standing in a swiss village at 5,000 feet

Answers to problems I may have found intractable will just appear.

transformation: the benefits of meditation

Portugal's second largest city is a town for small hotels and walks by the seaside.

travel: we suggest you have a look at porto

June Holz, global sales manager, gives us the rundown.

best practices: air travel tips for the frequent flyer

Cruciferous vegetables are great, high-sugar orange juice not so great.

longevity: the relationship between age, hormones, and food

Dan Buettner's useful and entertaining guide on how to live longer and better.

culture: throwback to this new york times article

Dr. Lisa Mosconi's new book is a quick read with some fascinating facts.

longevity: the brain is a very picky eater

Book a visit on your next trip, and make sure you have good plans after.

fashion: violet grey on melrose place in los angeles

The Ruth Bader Ginsburg movie is out, and we highly recommend.

things we like: rbg. hero. icon. dissenter.

We need to work on the cause, not the symptom.

longevity: don't immediately reach for the ibuprofen

This guy is a star. Some of the very best pottery we have ever seen.

things we like: los angeles-based eric roinestad's pottery

This is the must-attend venue for diplomats, CEOs, architects and designers.

news: david harry stewart has been invited to speak

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"I was going to get married and have kids and that was the end of my short story."

profile: mary p shriver, 54, trauma informed facilitator, los angeles

"I'm like a guide...I just push it and pull the product to the next step."

profile: bonnie mackay, 66, product expert, new york city

"Ten years ago, I was very aware of where I would be now."

profile: andrew macpherson, 59, photographer, los angeles

There is a sense of power that ownership of one's age gives one.

community: the number is real and it counts

We recommend camping at Cape Perpetua, then driving up the coast.

travel: cape kiwanda on the oregon coast

TEDx was only 1,500 people, not 15,000, but I get why musicians live for that.

inspiration: everyone should do a ted-type talk

We happen to believe Martyn is a genius of color, light and shadow.

culture: martyn thompson rug collection launches

Everyone's wearing Breton stripes. These are the ones we like best.

things we like: kule striped shirts for women and men

The musical history of this place is just mind boggling.

travel: after 25 years in nyc, i finally made it to the jersey shore

There is still a place for a well-designed, well-printed, thoughtful magazine.

inspiration: fantastic man magazine is one of the best out there

"Good design is cross-generational and universal in its function."

best practices: bonnie mackay on what makes a great product

We don't need a device to sense when our bananas are ripe.

culture: we need devices that make us smart at being human

"I feel like the goal is to tell as many stories as we can before we're no longer here."

profile: dana johnson, 50, writer, los angeles

"I wanted to be involved in anything that told stories; mostly film."

profile: gordon clark, 63, director/photographer, cape town

"The ego says...you have to do more - at the end, what are you really doing?"

profile: bobby dekeyser, 53, entrepreneur, spain

From Barbie to cannabis CBD oil: adventures in a natural skin care start up.

"I find in some ways, it's just a lot more relaxing. I don't have anything to prove."

profile: chon noriega, 56, academic, los angeles

Apparently Generation Z is the loneliest generation out there right now.

longevity: some numbers on loneliness in america

From putting your feet first, to taking care of your spine.

best practices: wendy whelan's tips for the non-dance professional

Kudos to mid-50s editor Glenda Bailey's piece on fashion fantasy vs human reality.

things we like: harpers bazaar may 2018

One of the newest faces of Milk Makeup keeps it simple.

We received this remarkable story from Kemper York, and just had to publish it.

recommendations: love at twilight in the digital age

Bestia now has a sister Middle Easter restaurant, and the food is great.

things we like: bavel restaurant in los angeles

Hiring a truly intergenerational staff has myriad benefits.

culture: a simple way for retail to increase its sales

In a flat world of shopping options, this one caught our eye.

fashion: scott sternberg's newest fashion company

"Nothing makes us look as old and out of touch as consistently talking about the past."

Thanks to The Fine Line for this delicious new recipe.

food: medicinal mushroom pizza from magdalena wszelaki

An MBA would tell me it's the least effective use of my time.

transformation: the best part of my job

Turns out we all have a tendency to overestimate or underestimate our abilities.

transformation: how to deal with self-delusion

"Take the dog out for a quick walk. He’s not thrilled with the brisk temperature, but I am."

best practices: felix del toro's ideal morning routine

My current state is controlled terror. Going to need practice. Lots of practice.

As von Keyserling wrote, "The shortest path to oneself leads around the world."

travel: the expat life increases sense of self