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Erin McHugh à 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY So Whos Counting? 109 He new fifty seventy’s the new sixty and older is getting younger every day With fun forward looking and inspiring uotes So Who’s Counting is the ideal gift for baby boomers or anyone reaching a major age milestone Instead of cloying sentimentality or the standard sagging body part jok. Feeling a bit dismayed when you look at yourself in the mirror and wondering where all those wrinkles came from or trying to remember where your waist used to be Don t despair just pick up this bookFor those of us now on the less popular side of fifty this is a lovely reminder that there s life in the old dog yet It s a combination of motivation inspiration and uotations lots of the latter of which are wryly amusing and very apt It s a gentle reminder that many positives comes with getting older and they than outweigh the greying hair or those niggling little health problems We have experience wisdom fortitude and maturity Too often we judge ourselves purely on our outward appearance or by the things we can longer do or at least do as well or as uickly We must remember and value the fact that there s much to us than meets the eye and be very proud about thatA genuinely motivational and entertaining book Thank you to the authors and publishers
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Erin McHugh à 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY So Whos Counting? 109 Es it strikes the perfect balance of humor guidance reflection bon mots uotes are divided into nine sections such as “As Old as You Feel” “Laughter The Best Prescription” and “Aged to Perfection” So Who’s Counting is all about aging with gusto and celebrating what lies ahead. An ARC electronic copy of this book was provided by Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review This book is full of heart warming inspiration and no matter if you are old or young you can learn and benefit from itErin McHugh à 9 SUMMARY
Erin McHugh à 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY So Whos Counting? 109 So long nostalgia and goodbye resignation This book of uotes reminds us that growing old isn’t about slowing down and taking it easy it’s a chance to ask “What’s next”“Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you should have been” David Bowie Sixty is t. The older the fiddler the sweeter the tune
- So Whos Counting?
- Erin McHugh
- 15 February 2020