Former international journalist and Los Angeles Times Health and Fitness editor Marilyn Murray Willison approaches aging with an optimistic curiosity and an undisguised enthusiasm. Her syndicated column “Positive Aging” includes practical information—from health, to family legacy, to gratitude, to travel—inspirational stories, current events and personal anecdotes she hopes will inspire other seniors to age with grace and get the most out of each and every day. This is a collection of her columns from 2016 to 2018.
Marilyn Murray Willison, a UCLA graduate, is a six-time award-winning author and former international journalist, who has a unique perspective when it comes to the complicated issues regarding America’s seniors. Her byline has appeared in over 25 publications on both sides of the Atlantic, and her opinion pieces, personality profiles and celebrity interviews have reached millions of readers.
Since 1984, Willison has lived with multiple sclerosis, which has given her a unique perspective on dealing with the myriad challenges that accompany a disability. As former health and fitness editor for the Los Angeles Times syndicate, Willison brings both a personal and professional background to her columns for seniors.
As a wife, mother and grandmother, Willison approaches aging with an optimistic curiosity and an undisguised enthusiasm. Visit her website at www.marilynwillison.com.
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