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📒Active Retirement For Affluent Workaholics ✍ Peter Silton
📝Active Retirement for Affluent Workaholics Book Synopsis : Turning Retirement into a Wonderful New LifeThe hot seller by Dorothy Cantor asked the question What Do You Want to Do When You Grow Up; this book gives the answers. -- A second chance at life -- Preparation for inevitable change -- Choices based on true pleasure -- Artistic pursuits -- Spirituality -- Travel and adventure -- Mentoring and volunteering -- Hobbies and collecting -- Physical fitness and sports -- Financial and legal concerns -- Estate planning -- Resources for active retirement And much more
📒The Retirement Activities Guide ✍ Bruce Juell
📝The Retirement Activities Guide Book Synopsis : A retired corporated executive provides a guidebook to a wide range of ideas and activities for retirees and those thinking about their next "career."
📒Finding Your J Spot Joy In Midlife And Beyond ✍ Peter Brill, MD and David Debin
📝Finding Your J Spot Joy in midlife and beyond Book Synopsis :
📒Kick Up Your Heels Before You Re Too Short To Wear Them ✍ Loretta Laroche
📝Kick Up Your Heels Before You re Too Short to Wear Them Book Synopsis : For the last 20 years, Loretta LaRoche has been delighting readers, audiences, and PBS television viewers with her wacky and wise insights about life, love, and the insanity of the modern world. Now, in her most deeply personal book yet, Loretta addresses the most exciting challenge that we all face - one that she now finds herself facing every day: How do we age well? And can humor, dignity, honesty, wisdom, and other virtues ease the path? Our society is youth obsessed: Beauty products, special exercises, designer vitamins, plastic surgery, and certain medications are promoted as ''the'' ways to enhance life. While these formulas may have some merit, they're not enough to prepare us to have a rich, authentic life filled with passion and juiciness. Why do we wait until we're almost dead before we focus on how to age well? Every school system in the country should be preparing us for the inevitable process of aging and how to do it well. Our parents, our schools, and the media should all be teaching us that aging is a process that begins at birth . . . not something to be feared and avoided. Those who continue to be hardy and live long and healthy lives understand that the real path to vitality requires connection, playfulness, flexibility, grace, tenacity, resiliency, curiosity, learning, and good humor.
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