Mothering Up! Melissa McCarthy's Mom Love and Getting Real With First-Time Moms Over 50
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May 2018 Newsletter
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Mothering Up! Melissa McCarthy’s Mom Love and Getting Real With First-Time Moms Over 50
The Best Part of Getting Older?
If You’re Melissa McCarthy, Hanging With Your Mom
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Meet One of Our Everyday Disruptors
Left, USFSA Eastern Adult Sectionals Championship, gold medal, 2018
Right, Fairfax Ice Arena ISI Competition 1st Place, 2012
Photo credit: Jason Yu
“I’ve learned that success is attainable at any age. I came from humble beginnings but managed to earn science and electrical engineering degrees at 22, and, later, a Ph. D. at 43. By 45 I was an adjunct professor at George Washington University and started figure skating internationally at 55. But nothing has felt as good as this: two figure skating medals, gold in singles and bronze in pairs, at age 63!” — Talib Aleem
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Photo captions from left, 1st place winner, Edlin School, Reston, Virginia. 2nd place, St. John Lutheran School, Rochester, Michigan, 3rd place, Academy for Science and Foreign Language, Huntsville, Alabama
Teens and Tweens Plot Age-Friendly Future Cities
Disrupt Aging was proud to participate in the AARP-sponsored Future City Competition with 40,000 middle schoolers from Virginia to Nigeria. The students worked with coaches and experts for eight months to plan and build tabletop models of cities 100 years from now. This year’s competition theme: age-friendly cities. Winning teams emphasized accessibility, healthy aging, and community integration. And it wasn’t just the designs that were inspired. Contest judge and AARP Vice President of Enterprise Initiatives, Kamili Wilson, was impressed by the age positivity that students incorporated into their designs. “They will change the future for the better, I’m convinced!”
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Read the book that inspired the #DisruptAging movement — now in paperback.
Disrupt Aging, the bestseller by AARP CEO, Jo Ann Jenkins, challenges our outdated beliefs about growing older and encourages us to live our best life at every age! Get practical insights by reading the book that changed the conversation about aging.
100% of AARP's royalties from Disrupt Aging book sales support the charitable work of AARP Foundation. Author Jo Ann Jenkins receives no payment or profit from Disrupt Aging book sales.
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