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Thinking About Tomorrow By Susan Crandell

Thinking About Tomorrow
by Susan Crandell

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An inspirational and genuinely useful book about how yesterday's Baby Boomers are becoming today's adventurous midlife pioneers, discovering exciting new opportunities for growth in work, play, family, and happiness, by the founding editor of MORE Magazine
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Thinking About Tomorrow: Reinventing Yourself at Midlife by Susan Crandell

This book is for and about a growing group of people who are leading a movement that is utterly changing our traditional attitude toward midlife, which has become a time of opportunity. Today, people in their fifties and sixties are involved in a second social revolution: Rather than becoming spectators of their kids' lives, they're doing amazing things with their own. Not content to walk quietly into their golden years like their parents, they are extending their active lives - working, traveling, creating, seeking, spending and having sex and adventures just as they did in their 20s. Only now they've got the money and the energy to do it on a new set of terms. The heart of the book is made up of profiles of 30-40 men and women who've remade their lives in fascinating ways. Dozens of stories, based on in-depth first-person interviews, reflect this sociological and cultural phenomenon.

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About Susan Crandell


An editor and writer for 30 years, Susan Crandell has worked on diverse magazines and was a founding editor of MORE and reported on the social revolution this book documents. She's a member of the group she's writing about and introduces the book with h

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Thinking About Tomorrow: Reinventing Yourself at Midlife by Susan Crandell
Susan Crandell
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Little, Brown & Company
2007-01-04
320
0446578975
9780446578974
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