The February/March 2023 issue of AARP The Magazine (ATM) assures readers that you are never too old for anything — from swooning over your favorite celebrity or athlete to rediscovering your sexual passion. Cover stars Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Sally Field and Rita Moreno are not only legendary, multi-award-winning actresses, but also friends — who all adore football superstar Tom Brady and, despite their incredibly successful careers, still get starstruck. Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady reveals his thoughts on what retirement means to him and his hopes for the future. Emmy Award-nominated actress Roma Downey offers eight lessons that have inspired her to live life to the fullest and never postpone joy, regardless of age. Oscar-, Tony- and Emmy-nominated actor Sam Waterston calls for action to fight climate change. You’ll even find a no-holds-barred guide to reconnecting with sexual intimacy in your 50s and beyond.
Plus, how to reduce your risk for stroke and a special report on maintaining financial security in times of rising inflation.
Past Issues of AARP The Magazine
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.
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.
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