The April/May 2023 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) reminds readers to always look forward to the future and to not only prepare for but embrace what’s next. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Graham Nash offers lessons he’s learned throughout his career, both musically and personally, such as the importance of reconciliation — something he was just beginning to do with longtime friend and bandmate David Crosby just prior to Crosby’s passing. Tony Award–winning Broadway star Chita Rivera reveals the different sides of herself and shares how she spent her 90th birthday with a bang. You can also quiz yourself on your financial security and learn how to improve your financial self-awareness with the AARP Money Quiz.
Plus, how to plan a grand family vacation, and a special report on why, on average, we are at our highest weight in our 50s and the health implications that has.
Past Issues of AARP The Magazine
In this issue, Tom Brady talks retirement and his future, Sam Waterston discusses the urgency of climate change, plus how to start your own sexual revolution at any age.
In this issue, Geena Davis talks about the need for female presidents, Donna Mills serves up secrets to success, and we dive into the dangers of ageism in the justice system.
In this issue, Adam Sandler gets philosophical about aging, actor Harry Hamlin talks trusting your gut and ’70s icon Linda Ronstadt reflects on her family and health.
In this issue, Tyler Perry talks parenthood, Kelly Ripa celebrates her 50th birthday, and ‘Rolling Stone’ editor Jann Wenner shares backstage gossip.
In this issue, country music’s biggest stars celebrate what America means to them this Independence Day.
In this issue, Liam Neeson talks about his lead role in ‘Memory,’ Selma Blair shares why asking for help isn’t a weakness and Michael Strahan reveals his secret for relaxing.
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