INTRODUCING THE NEW
GROWING BOLDER MAGAZINE

We’re excited about the relaunch of the one-of-a-kind Growing Bolder Magazine. It’s bigger, better, and bolder than ever.

Growing Bolder Magazine is filled with stories of ordinary people living extraordinary lives and tips, tools and resources from some of the biggest names in sports, science, medicine, business, nutrition, entertainment and more.

More than a magazine, Growing Bolder is a movement, sharing the life-changing stories of men and women who are smashing stereotypes, chasing their dreams, reinventing themselves and giving back to their community.

Growing Bolder Magazine is a playbook for making the rest of your life the best of your life. And, it the perfect gift for anyone you care about, delivering hope, inspiration and possibility, and proving that when it comes to living a big, bold life, it’s not about age, it’s about attitude.
Long-time subscribers will love the new Growing Bolder, which is expanding to 116 pages packed with even more of the stories you love. We’re also unveiling new features, such as 5 Health Trends, Growing Bolder Adventures and Growing Bolder Style.

Published four times a year, Growing Bolder is available for home delivery for just $29.97 per year (plus tax). That’s 25 percent off the newsstand cost! Subscribe today.
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KEEP SAYING YES TO GROWING BOLDER

Our Wendy Chioji -- who is featured in the new issue of Growing Bolder Magazine -- continues to practice what she preaches, even when saying "yes" to adventure means following a zigzagging path. In her newest Growing Bolder blog post, she shares the highs (finishing the Pelotonia fundraising bike ride) and the lows (medical issues with her treatment for thymic carcinoma). And in true Wendy style, she manages to connect the two with humor, context and a commitment to Growing Bolder. Click here to read "Just Zigzagging My Way Through All of It."
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Legendary actor Burt Reynolds died Thursday. He was 82. Reynolds was rushed to a hospital in Jupiter, Florida, Thursday morning where he later died of an apparent heart attack. Reynolds is best known for his roles in “Deliverance”, "Smokey and the Bandit” and “Boogie Nights," for which he was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
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