Vitality: Stories for your next 50 years

  • Herald staff
  • Thursday, April 24, 2014 10:50am
  • Life

Katie Munoz turned a family crisis into a career that helps seniors during one of the most challenging times of their lives.

Lois Shumski is a genius at wines who can help you find the perfect bottle for any occasion.

In this issue of Vitality, we have their stories of success. We also have a story about how life as a traveler changes as you age. Hint: There’s a lot less sleeping on floors.

Read on for stories about your next 50 years.

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