Catherine Watson was the first travel editor at the Minneapolis Star Tribune and its chief travel writer and photographer for 26 years. Four years ago, she retired from "the best job in the world"? so she could write a book. Within three days, she was stuck. It wasn't writer's block, it was writer's dismay. And it came as a surprise to her, the first of many. Life, it turns out, really IS a journey. Listen to, and laugh with, Catherine Watson as she shares some of the bumps, detours, sharp turns and, ultimately, joyful discoveries along her path.
May 2008 Archives
Almost everyone in midlife ponders the question, "What's next?" And for good reason. Experts are now saying that as long as we stay vital and engaged, midlife can last well into our 70s. Listen to internationally renowned life coach, author, and executive educator Richard Leider as he shows us how to renew our gifts, passions, and values in the second half of life.
Kerry Kennedy and Barbara Frey - May 13, 2008 - Barbara Frey, Director of the Human Rights Program in the College of Liberal Arts' Institute for Global Studies discusses human rights issues with Kerry Kennedy, author and founder of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Human Rights.