AARP The Magazine December 2022/January 2023
Geena Davis on the need for female presidents, Donna Mills’ secrets to success and staying young, Helen Mirren on making shirts for her boyfriends, and the dangers of ageism in the justice system
This holiday season, the December 2022/January 2023 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) gives readers the keys to remaining youthful and advice on grabbing life by the reins regardless of your age. Cover star and legendary multi-award-winning actress Helen Mirren dives into her love for the American West and her habit of making handmade shirts for her boyfriends — including Liam Neeson. Academy award-winning actress Geena Davis expresses her passion for archery and the fight for gender equality. Emmy award-winning actress Donna Mills offers life and career advice on eight things that have kept her youthful and successful into her 80s. An inside look into the shocking murders of more than 20 elderly women in Texas and how ageism led to investigators turning a dismissive blind eye. Celebrities including Ralph Macchio, Jenifer Lewis and Ice-T reveal the moments that changed their lives. A guide to ensuring your bones remain strong and healthy and the warning signals you should look out for.
Plus, a list of new products and the latest technology everyone needs to make life a little bit easier.
Past Issues of AARP The Magazine
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.
In this issue, rocker John Mellencamp shares life at 70, learn to take a big vacation on a little budget, and celebrate Movies For Grownups’ 20th anniversary with a look at this year’s awards nominees.
December 2021/January 2022
In this issue, find 38 great places to retire (maybe Margaritaville is your cup of tea?), meet The Handmaid Tale’s Ann Dowd and King Richard’s Aunjanue Ellis, learn what to do about diabetes and how to save money during inflation.
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