Solo Aging, and Why it Matters

Solo Aging, and Why it Matters

Anyone in my circle knows that I’m fairly obsessed with what it means to be an adult with no children of your own. I recently wrote an essay for The New York Times on this subject after I found myself paralyzed to write my will. While it’s certainly complicated to...

A Case Study in Living #Gen2Gen

After decades as a corporate lawyer, banker and nonprofit executive director, Betsy Werley hit midlife and decided to dedicate her energy and talents to change the culture for others in the years formerly occupied by retirement. Today, as director of network expansion...

Starting Up Later in Life: My Q&A With StartupNation

StartupNation is one of the leading online communities for entrepreneurs and I’ve followed their work since they were an early startup created by two entrepreneurial brothers with an eye for business and a budding radio following. So I was jazzed when the site...

New Buildings for New Aging

On August 9, 2016, architect and author Matthias Hollwich visited with the Encore.org team to chat with us about his work and his book, New Aging. The following is a condensed and edited version of our conversation. {Note: Hollwich, born and raised in Germany,...