Monday, October 28, 2019

Washington Post Offers Bold School Newsletter

Do you ever wish there's a handbook on aging to your maximum potential instead of just experiencing aging as it happens? The Washington Post has announced a 12-week newsletter, called Bold School.  

Here's where you register for the newsletter.

According to the announcement I received, this what Bold School is about:

Wine and cheese get better with age. You can, too.














Perhaps you thought getting older would be easier. And it’s not hard to see why: The toughest days of raising kids or building a career are over, and you’ve been promised time to relax. Maybe your expectations have been defied. If you’ve been looking for tried-and-true tips to get you over the speed bumps of aging, our new newsletter is for you.

Bold School, a 12-week newsletter series, is here to help you approach life after 50 with curiosity and enthusiasm. The series aims to nourish, educate, inform and stimulate you, all while helping you save time and money. 

In Bold School, Post journalists Vicky Fogg, 64, and Suzette Moyer, 55, will share their experiences of life after 50 and offer smart advice on how to get better with age. 

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