Aging is the process of becoming older. In humans, aging represents the accumulation of changes in a human being over time.


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    At age 50, Maria Leonard Olsen drank her way out of a 25-year marriage. She had, against advice, put all her eggs in the motherhood basket, willfully derailing her successful law career. As teenagers, her precious children did not need her in the hands-on way they previously had. Her husband and she had grown apart because, among other things, they failed to nurture that important relationship. She was depressed and stuck.
    When she turned 50, she had the distinct feeling that she was on the downward slope of her life. Actuarially speaking, she was. So when she turned 50, her gift to herself was to go on a crusade to make the most of whatever time she had left. She set out to do 50 new things that were significant, at least to her. The list spanned physical challenges, adventure travel, and lifestyle changes. Each taught her something about herself and about how she wanted to lead the next years of her life to come.
    This work follows the work she did to accomplish those 50 new things and shows readers how to make their own action lists – whether it be joining a knitting club or hiking the Himalayas, every item has significance for each individual and speaks to her needs and desires. The list is the match to spark the fire that will light the years after 50. Readers will hear about Maria’s adventures and the rewards of each. Accomplishing new things, learning new skills, deepening personal and spiritual relationships, and seeking out challenges will add the spice to a life that may feel repetitive, insignificant, inauthentic, or just plain boring.


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    None of us like thinking of encountering illness, injury or our inevitable death, yet we must provide our loved ones with the information they need to handle a myriad of required actions should one of these scenarios occur. Because our families will be stressed enough, we mustn’t leave them in the dark, digging to find important documents and information in order to take care of our needs and wishes.


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    As a doctor the number one question I get from patients when they are faced with a scary choice in medicine today, ‘Doc, what would you do?’ This is the story of what happened when my 71 year old mother was dying of cancer. Tim Ferriss saved her life. This story will save yours,” Annette Bosworth, MD.In ANYWAY YOU CAN, Dr Bosworth shares her ‘accidental’ discovery of ketosis and its wide array of health benefits as she supplemented her mom’s chemotherapy with ketones. Her story of courage, faith, and tenacity helps young and old achieve better physical, mental, and emotional health through ketosis. Dr Bosworth inspires patients to become stewards of their own health through her leadership skills, public speaking and “sticky teachable moments.” When patients ask how to turn around their chronic health problem, she answers “Fight it ANYWAY YOU CAN. Ketones for Life.”


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    Gary Thomas, bestselling author of Sacred Marriage, believes that one word can bring hope, light and life into any marriage: Cherish.

    “Most marriages survive by gritting teeth and holding on. But marriages can and will not only survive but thrive when husbands and wives learn to cherish one another,” Thomas says.

    And in a world desperate for marriage redemption, the act of cherishing is needed now more than ever.

    Thomas shows that although there are a countless number of marriages consisting of two people just going through the motions, there are real ways this pattern can be reversed: when husbands and wives learn to cherish one another in proven, loving, and everyday actions and words.

    Through personal stories and real-world examples, Thomas proves what husbands and wives can begin doing today to turn their marriage around – even a marriage marred by neglect and disrespect.

    So how do you cherish your spouse? Thomas will show you how going out of your way to notice them, appreciate them, honor them, encourage them, and hold them close to your heart will bring hope, light, and life into your marriage.

    Also available: Cherish small group video study and study guide, Spanish edition, and more.


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    “A story of sickness and health, Dancing around the Chaos tells the love story of Joe and Reta, whose lives were irrevocably altered by Alzheimer’s disease. A frank portrayal of caregiving, Tracie’s story shines with beauty, dignity, and unending compassion.”
    —Julie E. Kutac, PhD | Professional Education and Research Specialist | Alzheimer’s Association – Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter 

    Since more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, most of us know someone whose world it has invaded. Alzheimer’s is a rough journey, with many unexpected twists and turns, and it’s nothing like what most of us imagined for our future. Most families end up navigating the journey alone—guarding the diagnosis, keeping the secret, and stumbling through the process.

    Dancing around the Chaos seeks to bring the experiences surrounding Alzheimer’s into the open so that we can learn from one another instead of struggling to figure it out alone, dreading what the next day will bring but too exhausted and afraid to think beyond the present.  This book chronicles a sweet and tender love story, a story that really happened, whose characters are real people. Passionate and deeply moving, it shares lessons learned, hope, and inspiration for others on the same long road to goodbye.


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    You can take control of your health, lose weight, prevent disease, and enjoy a long and healthy life. The unique nutritional program outlined in Eat Rich, Live Long is designed by experts to help you feel great while you eat delicious and satisfying foods.

    Millions of people have gotten healthy through low-carb plans over the years—and a growing number have discovered the wonderful benefits of ketogenic (Keto) nutrition. Many are confused, though, about how low-carb they should go. Now, Eat Rich, Live Long reveals how mastering the low-carb/Keto spectrum can maximize your weight loss and optimize your health for the long term.

    In this book, Ivor Cummins, a world-class engineer and technical master for a huge global tech corporation, and Dr. Jeff Gerber, a family doctor who is widely regarded as a global leader in low-carb nutrition, team up to present their unique perspectives from their extensive clinical, medical, and scientific/research experience. Together, Cummins and Gerber crack the code that shows you how to eat the foods you enjoy, lose weight, and regain robust health. They reveal how the nutritional “experts” have gotten it so wrong for so long by demonizing healthy natural fats in our diets and focusing on cholesterol and LDL as the villains. In fact, as the authors reveal by drawing on the latest peer-reviewed global research, eating a high percentage of natural fats, a moderate amount of protein, and a low percentage of carbs can help you lose weight, prevent disease, satisfy your appetite, turn off your food cravings, and live longer.

    The heart of Eat Rich, Live Long is the book’s prescriptive program, which includes a 7-day eating plan, a 14-day eating plan, and more than 50 gourmet-quality low-carb high-fat recipes –illustrated with gorgeous full-color photographs — for breakfasts, lunches, appetizers, snacks, dinners, drinks, and desserts. Low-carb never tasted so good!

    Nutritional sacred cows are constantly being challenged in the media. How much fat should we eat — and which kinds of fats are best? Which fats can contribute to diabetes, heart disease, and early mortality? Does a high-protein diet increase muscle mass and lead to vigorous health – or can it promote aging, cancer, and early mortality? Which vitamins and minerals should we be taking, if any? How do we change our metabolism so that our bodies burn fat instead of all the sugars we consume? Does intermittent fasting really work? Eat Rich, Live Long lays out the truth based on the latest scientific research.

    Eat Rich, Live Long will change the way you look at eating.  Meanwhile you will lose weight – and look and feel great.


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    Fighting midlife inertia, Sherry Stanfa-Stanley stares down a year of fear through The 52/52 Project: a year of weekly new experiences designed to push her far outside her comfort zone. Her exploits range from visiting a nude beach with her seventy-five-year-old mother in tow to going on a raid with a vice squad and SWAT team to crashing a wedding (where she accidentally catches the bouquet). While finding her courage in the most unlikely of circumstances, Sherry ultimately finds herself.

    For midlifers, fatigued parents, and anyone who may be discontent with their life and looking to shake things up, try new things, or just escape, Finding My Badass Self is proof it’s never too late to reinvent yourself―and that the best bucket list of all may be an unbucket list.


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    “Finding Peace is emotional poetry. This is a book of deep and very meaningful positive affirmations.” Rabbi Tom Meyer, lecturer, Author of Powers of the Soul
    “Every once in a while, a book comes along that can truly change your life. This is genius packed in nuggets of wisdom.” Tommy Rosa, Author of Health Revelations from Heaven


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    Are you ready to jump out of the fishbowl? Are you tired of what you’ve been swimming in? Do you want to be inspired? If you are experiencing a transition in your life, this is the perfect book for you. The 101 articles in this book guide you through personal stories to overcome the challenges we all face. The authors are teachers, coaches, and those who have made it their mission to inspire the world with their wisdom. Feel free to join us in our free facebook group as well and be part of the Inspirations Movement! www.facebook.com/groups/inspirationsdailyIn this book, you will: •Experience heartfelt personal stories of growth and transformation. •Shift your mindset around fear, anxiety, stress, illness, abuse, and loss. •Explore new possibilities and gain new understandings. •Be reminded that you are never alone. •See the author list with their contact information.Authors list: Rollie Allaire, Kim Andrews, Linda Ballasteros, Pam Baren Kaplan, Brooke Bensinger, Kristi Blakeway, Meredith Brookes, Jenny Cabaniss, Jeannie Church, Tami Close, Gilda Jill Cook, Joann Cooper, Liz Dawn, Cecilia Deal, Kandice Den, Katie Elliott, Juhl B Estar, Ana Evans, Benjamin Evans, Kathryn Ferguson, Lori Verbin Flaum, Karen Gabler, Sarah Gabler, JG Delos Reyes Garcia, Kim Giles, Rach Gill, Dina F. Gilmore, Michelyn Gjurasic, Scott Goodell, Nikki Griffin, Elizabeth Harbin, Suzanne Harmony, Julia Hawkins, Patricia Haynes, Dr. Debbie Helsel, Dr. Vicki L. High, Lisa Holm, Jillian Holper, CCHt, LC, Rosemary Hurwitz, Foxye Jackson, RN, CA-SANE, CRM, JamieLynn, Vanessa Johnston, Cindy J. Kaufman, Susan Marie Kelley, Amy King, Julie Lalande, Barbara Larrabee, Michelle LaRue, E. Chloé Lauer, Kenneth Laws II, Anne Mackie Morelli, Sarah McArthur, Ghene’t Lee-Yong McCormick, Stacey Moore McGown, Paula Meyer, Tina Miller, Meaghan Miller Lopez, Roseann Minafo, Aerin Morgan, Luann Morris Morton, Kiauna Skye Murphy-Ballard, Georgia Nagel, Barbara Nersesian, Nicole Newsom-James, Peggy O’Neal, Ashe Owen, Lisa Paquette Yee, Cheryl Peterson, Nicole Piotrasche, Anna Pitchouguina, Colleen Porter, Elicia Raprager, Samantha Renz, Marci Rosenberg, Laura Rudacille, GG Rush, Michelle Ryan, Bruno Salvatico, Chelsea Sandoval, Felicia Shaviri, Jonathan Siegel, Brooke Smith, Matthew Steadman, Janice Story, Cathy Stuart, Lisa Thompson, PhD, Chantalle Ullett, Monet Vincent, Allison Voth, Nanette Waller-Stafford, Patricia Walls, Jamalyn Warriner, Leanne Weasner, Jondi Whitis, Jan Wilson


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    Navigating the waters of dementia can be frightening, unleashing a myriad of emotions for everyone involved. After Vicki Tapia’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, followed closely by her father with Parkinson’s disease-related dementia, she struggled to find practical, helpful information to light her way. Somebody Stole My Iron began as a diary to help her cope, but emerged as a road map for others. It offers a glimpse into her family’s life as they rode the waves of dementia, sometimes sailing, other times capsizing. This engaging memoir offers useful information from experts within the field of Alzheimer’s research, personal lessons the author learned along the way, and ideas and tips for managing the day-to-day ups and downs of dementia.

    “Vicki Tapia’s diary of the decline of her parents’ lives due to Alzheimer’s is a harrowing account of the gradual disintegration and ending of two lives in advanced age. It is also a daughter’s loving memoir, a painstaking tale of the progression of dementia, with its sad, funny, mysterious, baffling, infuriating and frustrating series of incidents. At the end of each chapter Tapia summarizes what she has learned from her experience and how, with hindsight, it could have been improved, providing an excellent practical guide for the reader. This book is both a spellbinding modern tale and an invaluable resource.”

    -Valerie Hemingway, author, Running With the Bulls, My Life With the Hemingways


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    the cofounder of the Zen Hospice Project and pioneer behind the compassionate care movement shares an inspiring exploration of the lessons dying has to offer about living a fulfilling life.

    Death is not waiting for us at the end of a long road. Death is always with us, in the marrow of every passing moment. She is the secret teacher hiding in plain sight, helping us to discover what matters most.

    Life and death are a package deal. They cannot be pulled apart and we cannot truly live unless we are aware of death. The Five Invitations is an exhilarating meditation on the meaning of life and how maintaining an ever-present consciousness of death can bring us closer to our truest selves. As a renowned teacher of compassionate caregiving and the cofounder of the Zen Hospice Project, Frank Ostaseski has sat on the precipice of death with more than a thousand people. In The Five Invitations, he distills the lessons gleaned over the course of his career, offering an evocative and stirring guide that points to a radical path to transformation.

    The Five Invitations:
    -Don’t Wait
    -Welcome Everything, Push Away Nothing
    -Bring Your Whole Self to the Experience
    -Find a Place of Rest in the Middle of Things
    -Cultivate Don’t Know Mind

    These Five Invitations show us how to wake up fully to our lives. They can be understood as best practices for anyone coping with loss or navigating any sort of transition or crisis; they guide us toward appreciating life’s preciousness. Awareness of death can be a valuable companion on the road to living well, forging a rich and meaningful life, and letting go of regret. The Five Invitations is a powerful and inspiring exploration of the essential wisdom dying has to impart to all of us.


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    In the wise and soulful tradition of teachers like Shauna Niequist and Brene Brown, therapist Aundi Kolber debuts with Try Softer, helping us align our mind, body, and soul to live the life God created for us.

    In a world that preaches a “try harder” gospel―just keep going, keep hustling, keep pretending we’re all fine―we’re left exhausted, overwhelmed, and so numb to our lives. If we’re honest, we’ve been overfunctioning for so long, we can’t even imagine another way. How else will things get done? How else will we survive?

    It doesn’t have to be this way.

    Aundi Kolber believes that we don’t have to white-knuckle our way through life. In her debut book, Try Softer, she’ll show us how God specifically designed our bodies and minds to work together to process our stories and work through obstacles. Through the latest psychology, practical clinical exercises, and her own personal story, Aundi equips and empowers us to connect us to our truest self and truly live. This is the “try softer” life.

    In Try Softer, you’ll learn how to:

    • Know and set emotional and relational boundaries
    • Make sense of the difficult experiences you’ve had
    • Identify your attachment style―and how that affects your relationships today
    • Move through emotions rather than get stuck by them
    • Grow in self-compassion and talk back to your inner critic

    Trying softer is sacred work. And while it won’t be perfect or easy, it will be worth it. Because this is what we were made for: a living, breathing, moving, feeling, connected, beautifully incarnational life.

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