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60 is the new 40!
These days 60 year old women are having the time of their lives. Age really is nothing but a number.
Women in their 60’s are learning new stuff everyday. These books for a 60 Year Old Woman are going to help you achieve new learning.
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Do you feel there is a missing piece to the puzzle?
As a former chronic pain sufferer myself, I tried a lot of approaches. So I know how that feels.
See, I actually stumbled onto the 1 Thing which worked.
A simple, sensible, natural approach.
So Iâve got some straight up, practical advice you can do and feel in the course of an afternoon in my new book. ”
This book is recommended for the woman in her pre and post menopausal years and beyond. It offers natural, healthy, effective solutions for reversing the effects of midlife weight gain, creating an amazing sex life, preserving youthful appearance, balancing hormones, reducing hot flashes and living an empowered second half of life. Each chapter includes simple Do It Yourself recipes using natural products so the midlife woman can take charge of her health and happiness.
Warm cookies and milk are still okay, but what if they came with a workshop on goal setting or writing a business plan for the school year? Camp Grandma is full of innovative ideas that Marianne Waggoner Day, a highly successful businesswoman who became a committed and dedicated grandmother, modified from her working life in an effort to connect with her grandchildren. Along the way, she realized that in teaching her grandchildren, she in turn was learning some unexpected and invaluable lessons from them.
This book has tapped into the aging process no one ever prepared people for in funny, serious, heartfelt poems that capture the emotional road trip to membership in the senior class.
While visiting Siena, Italy, Mary Lea Carroll grew fascinated with the remarkable story of St. Catherine of Siena and made a resolution: Whenever she was lucky enough to travel, if a shrine dedicated to a female saint was nearby, she’d visit it and learn about her. What started as a hobby grew into a journey she never expected, one rich with challenges and cappuccinos, doubts and inspiration, glasses of wine with strangers and moments of transcendence. Over eight quests, Carroll takes readers along with her as she seeks to learn something from a few great women of history, while looking for ways to be a better citizen of the world.
“Outlier Fanny Goldman contacts the Feed Us Channel by video during a three a.m. insomnia bout to kvetch about a particular lack of diversity in the station’s lineup. She inadvertently lands her own cooking show because she slept with the producer almost forty years before.
Throughout her weird and wretched life, multi-married, politically incorrect, sixtyish Fanny learns to cope with adversity by absurdity. Meet all of Fanny’s colorful suitors including the weiner-wiper, the shower-singing galactic troubadour, and Fanny’s soul mate, spicy Solly
Fanny shares heartbreak, happiness and love of family, friends and strangers with her own, inimitable brand of Bronx humor. And, oy, the secret recipe that brought about chair-twerking for seniors!”