AARP The Magazine’s Bonus Digital Issue: Martha Stewart, Still Relentless at 82, Bob Costas on Baseball Legend Dusty Baker, and How to Make Your Retirement Money Last
WASHINGTON—AARP The Magazine (ATM) announces its first-ever bonus digital issue that explores how aging in America is changing from all angles, be it medical, financial, cultural and even psychological. The special issue, which features some 14 feature stories, was created to commemorate AARP’s 65th anniversary since its founding in 1958.
This bonus ATM gives readers insight into the lives of celebrities 50-plus who exemplify longevity and reflect on aging – such as cover star Martha Stewart. In an exclusive first-person story, the businesswoman, writer and TV personality says she keeps busy every day by constantly trying new things and challenging herself. From recently gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated to maintaining her friendship with Snoop Dogg, to traveling with her grandchildren, she refuses to live a life of regrets and “what ifs.”
Go to aarp.org/bonusissue to read the full issue.
Also in this edition:
Martha Stewart’s Famous Apple Pie Recipe
In her conversation with AARP, the culinary icon told us, “What do I want people to say about me 100 years from now? Oh, I don’t know. Maybe, it’s just, ‘Did you make Martha’s apple pie? Because it really is the best recipe.’” To help make that goal a reality, here is her famous apple pie recipe and a bonus recipe for pie dough – just in time for Thanksgiving dinner!
A Tribute to Baseball Legend Dusty Baker, by Bob Costas.
At 73, Dusty Baker was the oldest manager in baseball to ever win the World Series in 2022. Bob Costas pays tribute to Baker’s legendary career, who he says is “one of the game’s most singular and respected figures.”
How to Make Your Money Last
How many years can you count on your retirement savings before they run out? AARP The Magazine’s finance editors walk readers through four proven strategies for making sure their money lasts through retirement, complete with tips for how to intelligently withdraw from retirement accounts.
The Future of Aging in Place … Is Moving?
Is renovating the place you currently live in really the only path to growing old in the neighborhood you now live in and love? Not at all: creative new housing options are becoming available that allow older adults to stay in their community, but in a place that is better suited to their needs than their current residence. From ADUs to multiuse developments, this issue details the best of these emerging home options.
This issue offers a deep look into the brains of “super agers” – people in their 80s and 90s who show the mental acuity of someone many decades younger – and how science is beginning to understand both their unique physiology and also the lifestyle traits that separate them from others.
The Secrets of Ageless Style
Fashion trends come and go, but style is both timeless and personal. To help readers better shape their personal style, AARP asked a top style guru to point out the unique style characteristics of many iconic women, including Lauren Hutton, Viola Davis, Imam, Diane Keaton and Naomi Campbell.
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AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence and nearly 38 million members, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation’s largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. To learn more, visit www.aarp.org, www.aarp.org/espanol or follow @AARP, @AARPenEspanol and @AARPadvocates, @AliadosAdelante on social media.