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Ready to retire? : the new reality of retirement and what you and your spouse need to know —Green, Lyndsay.
Book
2016
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This book will explore issues that have been given short shrift by the mass media and in retirement literature. The interviewees will include the newly retired, those working part-time, and the fully retired, and represe...

The 100-year life : living and working in an age of longevity —Gratton, Lynda, author.
Book
2017
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Does the thought of working for 60 or 70 years fill you with dread? Or can you see the potential for a more stimulating future as a result of having so much extra time? Many of us have been raised on the traditional noti...

Growing young : how friendship, kindness, and optimism can help you live to 100 —Zaraska, Marta, author.
Book
2020
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A smart, research-driven case for why optimism, kindness, and strong social networks will help us live to 100. From the day her daughter was born, science journalist Marta Zaraska fretted about what she and her family we...

Conscious living, conscious aging : embrace and savor your next chapter —Pevny, Ron.
Book
2014
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"We financially plan for our retirement, but do we plan for our wellbeing? Here is an empowering guide with practical tools to help you live a passionate, fulfilling second half of life. If you're part of the Baby Boome...

Conscious living, conscious aging embrace & savor your next chapter —Pevny, Ron.
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2015
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"We financially plan for our retirement, but do we plan for our wellbeing? Here is an empowering guide with practical tools to help you live a passionate, fulfilling second half of life. If you're part of the Baby Boomer...

Old man country : my search for meaning among the elders —Cole, Thomas R., 1949- author.
Book
2019
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" We aspire to live in a country where old men are celebrated as vital elders but not demeaned if they become ill and dependent. We aspire to maintain health as well as maintain dignity and fulfillment in frailty. Old M...

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