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If youre approaching that huge milepost with less than your usual birthday enthusiasm open this book to discover all the ways in which turning fifty might just be the best thing yet. The authors share a wide range of ideas for making this major life transition a time of opportunity growth and celebration. As Sheila Key writes in the introduction: What Peg and I hope youll hear among these pages is the irrepressible rustling of joy joy enough to make you bust out laughing sure and the kind that comes from improving your mental outlook and physical habits even just a little. But also the simple joy of having lived this long of being able to look back over five full decades and forward to who-knows-how-many more; not to mention...the joy of living more mindfully in the ever-present Now. Bursting with anecdotes activities things to try at least once advice from a savvy doctor and clever ways to remember it all this little volume sparkles like a treasure chest. Its as chock-full of useful and entertaining gems as your life is full of memories regrets dreams and possibilities. Endorsements With generous helpings of wisdom and wit this book is a recipe for joy during what comes next. David Niven PhD author of The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People Good juicy inspiring words and ways to live as a gloriously aging soul. SARK author and artist of Fabulous Friendship Festival 50 Ways to Leave Your 40s is a joyful irreverent (and at the same time very reverent) enthusiastic and incredibly informative book. The authors present their suggestions for zestful and meaningful living in wonderfully inviting ways. I loved it! Sue Patton Thoele author of The Courage to Be Yourself and The Mindful Woman So far the statistics are convincing: everyone ages. How we age however is largely a choice. Sheila Key and Dr. Peggy Spencer serve up a delectable recipe for healthy aging that is both delicious and joyful. Larry Dossey MD author of The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things

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