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50 Things to Do When You Turn 50: 50 Experts on the Subject of Turning 50 Paperback – September 15, 2005

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Don't even think about turning 50 without this book! A compilation of short articles, musings and
reminiscences written by experts and celebrities from all walks of life on the subject of turning 50. Includes valuable
information on important medical tests, estate planning, insurance strategies, as well as a healthy dose of poetry and
humor. A ...those who want reassurance that 50 is the age at which you start reaping the benefits of your labors will
find much to appreciate here. --Publishers Weekly, July 18, 2005

Helping baby boomers as they age has become a popular subject for writers who are often boomers themselves. The messages
are usually upbeat and optimistic, ensuring readers that the best times are ahead. Editor Sellers commissioned experts
like Rabbi Harold Kushner, clothing designer Diane Von Furstenberg, and makeup artist Bobbi Brown to write essays
dealing with attitude, appearance, fitness, career, money, and fun. Garrison Keillor tells readers to stop complaining,
while Harold Bloom advises them to read the classics. Doctors discuss nutrition and life-saving procedures, while
financial experts talk about investments. It's a great book to browse or read piecemeal. Highly recommended; sales of
the book will be donated to cancer organizations. --Library Journal, September 15, 2005

The result is a collection of essays that are helpful, humorous and encouraging. In addition to Keillor, Orman and Von
Furstenberg, the contributors include Rabbi Harold Kushner, former poet laureate Billy Collins, America's Cup winner
Gary Jobson, beauty expert Bobbi Brown and financial advisor Bill Gross. The topics are diverse, but the reader is left
with one very positive message by the end of the book, Sellers said. Accept and take care of yourself, put your affairs
in order and the years that are ahead of you will be the best years of your life. --Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
September 21, 2005

The result is a collection of essays that are helpful, humorous and encouraging. In addition to Keillor, Orman and Von
Furstenberg, the contributors include Rabbi Harold Kushner, former poet laureate Billy Collins, America's Cup winner
Gary Jobson, beauty expert Bobbi Brown and financial advisor Bill Gross. The topics are diverse, but the reader is left
with one very positive message by the end of the book, Sellers said. Accept and take care of yourself, put your affairs
in order and the years that are ahead of you will be the best years of your life. --Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
September 21, 2005

Helping baby boomers as they age has become a popular subject for writers who are often boomers themselves. The messages
are usually upbeat and optimistic, ensuring readers that the best times are ahead. Editor Sellers commissioned experts
like Rabbi Harold Kushner, clothing designer Diane Von Furstenberg, and makeup artist Bobbi Brown to write essays
dealing with attitude, appearance, fitness, career, money, and fun. Garrison Keillor tells readers to stop complaining,
while Harold Bloom advises them to read the classics. Doctors discuss nutrition and life-saving procedures, while
financial experts talk about investments. It's a great book to browse or read piecemeal. Highly recommended; sales of
the book will be donated to cancer organizations. --Library Journal, September 15, 2005

The result is a collection of essays that are helpful, humorous and encouraging. In addition to Keillor, Orman and Von
Furstenberg, the contributors include Rabbi Harold Kushner, former poet laureate Billy Collins, America's Cup winner
Gary Jobson, beauty expert Bobbi Brown and financial advisor Bill Gross. The topics are diverse, but the reader is left
with one very positive message by the end of the book, Sellers said. Accept and take care of yourself, put your affairs
in order and the years that are ahead of you will be the best years of your life. --Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
September 21, 2005

Helping baby boomers as they age has become a popular subject for writers who are often boomers themselves. The messages
are usually upbeat and optimistic, ensuring readers that the best times are ahead. Editor Sellers commissioned experts
like Rabbi Harold Kushner, clothing designer Diane Von Furstenberg, and makeup artist Bobbi Brown to write essays
dealing with attitude, appearance, fitness, career, money, and fun. Garrison Keillor tells readers to stop complaining,
while Harold Bloom advises them to read the classics. Doctors discuss nutrition and life-saving procedures, while
financial experts talk about investments. It's a great book to browse or read piecemeal. Highly recommended; sales of
the book will be donated to cancer organizations. --Library Journal, September 15, 2005

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About the Author
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A partial list of contributors includes Garrison Keillor, humorist; Bobbi Brown, beauty expert; Wendy
Wasserstein, playwright; Robert Thurman, Buddhist scholar; Diane von Furstenberg, clothing designer; Taressa Stovall,
belly dancer; Kat Lane, astrologist; Gary Jobson, America's Cup winner; and Lorna Wendt, philanthropist.

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