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Iring us to ive better for Once Upon a Seduction (Its All About Attitude longerRead by Darren BoydAbriged by Eileen HorneProduced by Eilidh McCreadiehttpswwwbbccoukprogrammesm000 A nice collections of anecdotes and researchbasically the book is a reminder if you need one that you don t have to stop being you as you get older And I speak as a person who has enjoyed every decade of myife so far and anticipate enjoying three or four The message was great however I feel Rodeo Daughter like this book could easily be cut down by around 50% I also missed various other aspects of aging since the book primarily focused on the self getting old I would haveiked if it discussed the struggle of growing old while seeing your grandparents your parents and eventually your peers die It is such an integral part of My Guilty Pleasure (Harlequin Blaze life that everyone has to come to terms with The author just went through these don t get me wrong eally awsome older people and sayingook how great they have aged Look what they have achieved Fatal Secrets (Protecting the Witnesses later inife If they can do it so can you I also would have A Wanted Man (Silhouette Intimate Moments, loved practical advice as to how we can disrupt our ageist though patterns In any case it s a wonderful new perspective for me so I am glad I read it When you reach theater year s of My Spy (Mission: Impassioned, life it is nicer to find someone willing to put the positive aspects forward to remind you that there is still so much toearnlive for This book gives that positivity and offers out useful and proven information on being in your 50s etc in a readable manner I made the most of my Until You Loved Me (Silver Springs, longerife by not wasting it reading this nonsense Borrowed from my mum A Sunday morning read Some interesting points. Mmunities in our middle years; and that we can remain active and engaged in our The Baby Album later years Carl Honor has travelled the globe speaking to influential figures who are bucking preconceived notions of age whether at work or in their personalives He ooks at the cultural medical and technological developments that are opening new possibilities for us all Bolder is a radical re think of our approach to everything from education healthcare and work to design relationships and politics An essential and inspiring read for everyone interested in our collective future.
I l be honest This book didn t do much for me The author says that he wrote the book because he felt ashamed or constrained by the numbers on his birth certificate If you feel that way you may very well find the book to be of value If you don t you won t I don tJust to preface my comments I m 71 survived 2 potentially Why Not Tonight (Happily Inc., lethal cancers and read the book during a 4000km trip to organise my brother s funeral and affairs after he diedast week So I think I am reasonably aware of ageingThe book has a couple of uotes which will save you reading the whole thing namely we contain all the ages we have ever been and we all age differently Combine that with the knowledge that remaining curious keeps us younger and you have the gis Bolder is not only an regular book about how to get to the fountain of youth This is a deep analysis how our society changes the meaning Youth by pushing new standards based on marketing purpose The author provides good reference about scientific experiences and focus to share his message which is that Be old is in our mind only Bolder NetGalley Interesting stories but nothing really new aside from trying to effect a widespread change in attitude This is actually uite a difficult book for me to review objectively I bought it virtually as soon as it came out which is very unusual for me because it seemed to be just what I needed at this stage in my Her First Mother (Conveniently Wed, life However I read pages of examples of older people doing incredible things which I haveittle hope of emulating It reminded me of the Ideal Home Exhibition not so much reality as a vision of perfection Carl Honor captured the zeitgeist with his international bestseller In Praise of Slow Now he tackles another rising global movement our revolutionary new approach to a human inevitability ageing A revolution in how we age is on its way Yes ageing is inevitable one year from now we will all be a year older; that will never change What can and will change is how we age and how we can all take a much bolder approach to doing it with vigour and joy The time has come to cast off prejudices and to blur the ines of what is possible and permissible at every stage of
Hat you can try to approximate in the ess salubrious surroundings in which you find yourself I also found an implied reuirement for you to not only be healthy but time rich and money rich as well That said the book was constantly surprising fascinating and engagingly written It was towards the end of the book that the truth dawned on me I realised that two years ago when I was enjoying my job after my first ever promotion earning money than i had ever done and going to the gym twice a week I couldn t wait to achieve do and Snowbound Bride (Harlequin Men in Uniform Miniseries) look forward Sadly my company closed down our particularocation making me and all of my colleagues redundant and 18 months Cowboys Baby (Ranching Family, later in a job I enjoyess earning far Between the Land and the Sea (Marinas Tales, less money and noonger having timeenergyinclination to go to the gym I am still defined by it It s about 4 days since I read the book and I have to admit that notwithstanding my initial thoughts about this book namely that it was as the review states that the examples were of these paragons of ageing I cannot help but think that I have a positive attitude It has been a bit easier to Gilligan Unbound look ahead and a bit easier to think about ageing without dreading it I will return to the book in the future and perhaps dip into it from time to time as I feel inclined and I am now fairly sure that those rereads will be of and use to me From BBC Radio 4 Book of the weekHow do we make the most of ouronger Gone for Soldiers livesJournalist Carl Honor brought the Slow Movement to wider attention with his book In Praise of Slow Now he charts a major shift in our approach to ageing as he meets the revolutionaries who are insp. Ife In other words we need toearn to re imagine our approach to Hotshot P.I. laterife Emboldening ourselves in older age demands big structural changes For a start we will have to tear up the old script that Mean Girls locks us into devoting the early part of ourife to education the middle chunk to working and raising kids and whatever is Moonlight and Mistletoe (Harlequin Historical, left over at the end toeisure In an age inappropriate world these silos will dissolve We'll embrace the idea that we can carry on earning from start to finish; that we can work ess and devote time to family eisure and giving back to our co.
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Carl Honoré was born in Scotland but grew up in Edmonton Canada After studying history and Italian at Edinburgh University he worked with street children in Brazil This later inspired him to take up journalism and since 1991 he has written from all over Europe and South America spending three years in Buenos Aires along the way His work has appeared in publications on both sides of the At