LIVE BETTER AFTER FIFTY by Ray Giles

LIVE BETTER AFTER FIFTY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Greater life expectancy may have changed the mark-up here from forty to fifty but it's pretty much the same old story of how to stay young and a re-work of his earlier How To Retire and Enjoy It. The longer lifelines here are financial security and the way in which to achieve a protected old age with or without a job; proper eating habits, rest, and the ways in which women can help to preserve their men; adult education-and the enormous increase in attendance indicates new and broadening interests; hobbies and collecting and re-doing your home; these all will help to take your mind off the calendar and increase your enjoyment of this time of life. Practical comfort and counsel for a steady, staple audience.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1953
Publisher: McGraw-Hill