Brace yourself... 50 is approaching! There’s no denying it – you’ve officially got ‘a few years’ under your belt (and possibly a few extra notches on it). But don’t trade your party gear for a pair of slippers just yet, because there’s plenty more fun to be had. This cheerful little book, full of tongue-in-cheek advice, will help you carry on strutting your stuff for many years to come!
A No-nonsense Approach to Staying Healthy After 50
Author: Janet Horn (M.D.)
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Category: Health & Fitness
Smart women understand that taking care of their health is essential to maintaining an active lifestyle. This comprehensive guide shows you how to work with your body instead of against it to stay healthy and happy through menopause and beyond. Written by two practicing doctors who have been close girlfriends since they met during medical training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife and Beyond includes the doctors' own personal experiences, patient stories from their medical practices, and all the information you need to age with good health, grace, and humor. Includes the information you need to: Care for your whole body to prevent common diseases Learn which health issues are normal, which are serious, and what to do about them Overcome memory loss, depression, and anxiety Understand menopause and hormone replacement therapy Nourish and protect your skin and hair Choose the right vitamin supplements for you Find out whether or not treatments like massage and acupuncture will work for you Know when to share your concerns with your doctor or healthcare practitioner Create a personal Health Maintenance Schedule to keep your health on track The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife and Beyond is a complete, holistic, and state-of-the-art road map for any woman who is motivated to become a more effective steward of her health. The authors' relaxed, personal, and insightful style makes critical health information accessible. This book is a must-have for any woman inspired to improve her health trajectory. -Mark C. Pettus MD, FACP, medical director of the Kripalu Institute for Integrated Healing and author of It's All in Your Head There is no doubt that women past the age of fifty have different health issues than younger women-a fact often overlooked by many physicians. These women need to know how to care for their maturing bodies. Drs. Horn and Miller explore the full spectrum of mature women's health issues in a candid, conversational manner that integrates the body, mind, and spirit. A much-needed book. -Kevin Soden, MD, host of Healthline on Retirement Living Television I have often wished that there were a doctor in my family I could ask for health advice. If you have shared this desire, you'll love this book. It's a practical insider's guide to what maturing women need to be thinking about, and it's written as though the authors were concerned friends talking with you. Drs. Horn and Miller have superb training and years of practical experience caring for women patients. It shows on every page of this excellent book. -Judge Glenda Hatchett, star of the nationally syndicated television program Judge Hatchett The authors' approach is accessible and entertaining. These are the doctor girlfriends you want to call because they know everything about the area of your concern-not only from their medical practices, but also from their own personal experiences. -Robin Wolaner, founder of Parenting magazine and founder and CEO of TeeBeeDee (tbd.com), an online network for people over forty This is the girlfriends' guide to taking charge of your health. And these girlfriends are doctors. A winning combination! -Ari Brown, MD, pediatrician and author of Baby 411
How to Survive, Thrive, and Earn the Income You Deserve
Author: Robert W. Bly
Publisher: Linden Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
Written for people who are old enough to know who they are, what they want, and what skills they are best at, this guide shows exactly how to build a successful and profitable business. Older people are among the world's most successful entrepreneurs with a wealth of in-depth experience, education, and mature judgment that younger people can't match; they also care more about creating financial security and doing what they want. Business consultant and serial entrepreneur Robert Bly teaches how to find the right home business opportunity; determine the target market for that business; sell the right product to the market at a profit; manage the business without wasting time; effectively market the business; comply with all laws, regulations, and taxes for the business; and generate enough income for retirement. Covering every aspect of building a successful business, not just the broad outlines, this book also provides senior-oriented information on computer equipment, the internet, and social media marketing.
Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. How To Survive Disaster: 50 Tips For Women To Lead Your Family Out Of Emergency Like A Badass This book offers tips and suggestions to families on how they can get prepared in case a disaster strikes in their home area. It has potentially life saving emergency plan ideas that can help you and your family survive a disaster and be able to have mobile resilience to keep you moving away and out of the danger zone to safer ground. This book will cover the essential areas that you will need to know in order to be prepared if a disaster strikes! You will find 50 strategy suggestions and ideas numbered throughout the book to help you in your gathering of emergency supplies and strategy ideas to help you and your family to survive when disaster strikes.
How to Survive Your Freshman Year offers incoming college freshmen the experience, advice, and wisdom of their peers: hundreds of other students who have survived their first year of college and have something interesting to say about it. Based on interviews with hundreds of college students at every type of higher-learning institution across the country, this book has insights on every aspect of college life, including, what to take to the dorm, living with roommates, Facebook and other social networks, extracurricular activities, choosing classes, studying, going abroad, finances, food, the social scene, doing laundry, staying in touch with friends and family, and much more. Highly readable, much of the book consists of short snippets with some interesting insight and advice from the college students interviewed. The book also includes expert input from college advisors and officers.
This book features 51 high-value lessons on traveling, which I have collected throughout 20 years of exploring the world and from having been on over 300 flights. Whether you are an experienced traveler or just starting out, this book is the most important item you need for any trip, besides your passport.
The authors experiences in training as an infantry replacement and in infantry combat as a soldier private, scout and point man in Normandy, Northern Europe and Germany from mid-July through early October 1944 (when the author was seriously wounded and evacuated to England) with the 30th Infantry Division. Excellent, sometimes humorous account of what it was really like to be a foot soldier in the months following the Normandy invasion.
This is an autobiographical example of the experience in modern business of outrageously ruinous competition and what happens to businesses and people who get bitten by the computeritis bug and cannot get undone. Computeritis is an experience beyond business of the firsthand craziness of computers themselves, and includes the author’s ability to find ways to overcome computeritis and survive the technological age. It may even be possible to survive happily, if we just face ourselves and go forward into life.