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LIFE LIVE BOLDLY


We don't just tell interesting stories about people overcoming obstacles and chasing their dreams; we give you the tools you need to start Growing Bolder in your own life. We're all going to face challenges and roadblocks and even with the best of attitudes, sometimes we're going to fall down. But it's all about picking yourself up again. Watch the stories below, then start planning your comeback!
 
  5 Tips to Keep Your Memories Forever
Boomers now say they fear memory loss more than cancer, heart disease or stroke. There's a good reason. Alzheimer's disease continues to steal memories in alarming numbers, but there is good news. Study after study confirms your lifestyle choices can delay or even prevent the onset of dementia. Click here to find out the top five choices you can start making today to keep your memories forever.
 
Easy Ways to Get Fit Throughout the Day
Shellane Demarest is a certified fitness and nutrition expert, a personal trainer and an Army veteran who is on a mission to change lives. She explains why fitness doesn't have to be so overwhelming. Click here to learn about functional fitness and how you can work out all day long, if you're paying attention.
 
 
  Grandma Mary Rocks
It’s never too late to pursue your passions. Take Grandma Mary for example. At 77, she is a global Internet sensation, all because her guitar dreams never died. Click here to find out why she decided to chase that dream later in life and the one style of music that she feels deeply in her soul.
 
Write Your Life
In previous generations, it wasn’t that unusual for families to keep a written record of almost everything, including special dates and events. Writer Patricia Charpentier says it’s time for all of us to start doing that again. She offers tips for what seems like a lot of work and an overwhelming task — writing down your life story. Click here to find out how to get started and why there’s only one way to do this wrong — to not do it at all.
 
 
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THE MAN OF A THOUSAND VOICES
GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW

For more than 50 years, Rich Little has brilliantly impersonated some of the move beloved celebrities -- and a few controversial ones, as well -- and now he's helping bring back a true classic, the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts. Rich shares stories of some of his famous friends, including the very unexpected impersonation he helped President Ronald Reagan practice for President Gorbochev, and gives us a sneak preview of his new "Breaking Bad" impersonations.
 
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THE RADIATION HAIRBALL SIDE EFECT
WENDY'S CANCER CHAPTERS

In her latest blog post, Growing Bolder's Wendy Chioji, who is currently battling the rare thymic cancer, says her weeks of radiation and chemo have finally caught up with her. She explains why eating has suddenly become a very painful experience and why she wants people to know that no matter how good your attitude is, cancer treatments really, well, suck. But she does have some exciting Ironman news to share!
 
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ENCORE PRESENTATION!
SURVIVING & THRIVING


Tune in Saturday at 1 p.m. to WKMG Local 6 for a special encore presentation of "Surviving & Thriving." Hosted Wendy Chioji and WKMG's Lisa Bell and Gaard Swanson, the show features stories of hope, inspiration and possibility; it's an hour you and your loved ones won't want to miss.

In this episode, we pose the question: can a cancer diagnosis actually be a blessing in disguise? We'll introduce you to one family who firmly believes their young son's cancer battle actually saved his life. Plus, you'll meet a man whose rock and roll dreams were shattered when his arms were crushed in a workplace accident. He refused to let doctors amputate his arms and wait until you see how he's battled back to become a world-class bodybuilder. Those stories, plus much more, Saturday at 1 p.m. on "Surviving & Thriving."

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