Living The Good Long Life

Author: Martha Stewart
Editor: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0307953211
Size: 10,65 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Martha Stewart’s engaging handbook for living your healthiest life after 40—with expertise from doctors and specialists on eating, exercise, wellness, home, and organizing, as well as caring for others. Martha Stewart’s Living the Good Long Life is a practical guide unlike any other: honest and upbeat, with clear and motivating charts, resources, and tips from doctors and wellness specialists. From the best ways to organize your home to protecting your mental well-being and appearance as you age, this book gives accessible ideas that you can incorporate every day. And when it’s time to explore caregiving for others, you’ll know how to enrich their quality of life while preventing your own fatigue. Martha’s 10 Golden Rules for Successful Aging provide a framework for chapters that cover your changing needs with every decade, including: -Healthy Eating: Stock a healthy pantry for your dietary needs. -Healthy Fitness: Stand strong on your feet by increasing your balance, endurance, and flexibility. -A Healthy Brain: Stimulate new brain activity to prevent memory loss. -A Healthy Outlook: Maintain a sense of daily purpose by strengthening social connections. -Healthy Living Every Day: Medicate wisely while paying attention to aches and pains. -Healthy Looks: Take care of your skin and match your makeup to your age. -Healthy Home: Create a home that is a reflection of how you want to live. -Healthy Living into the Future: Be your own wellness CEO to prevent future illness. -Healthy Caring: Prepare for helping others while caring for yourself, and much more! Healthy living begins with establishing small habits, and with Living the Good Long Life you’ll have a dependable source for thriving in your 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond. "In my Foundation’s health initiatives—and in my own life—I’ve seen again and again how even small measures to improve your health can make a big difference. Living the Good Long Life is full of simple ideas that can be incorporated into daily routines to help you feel better and keep on doing what you love." —President Bill Clinton "For thirty years, Martha Stewart has carefully coached us on how to take care of our homes, our menus, our crafts. And now in Living the Good Long Life, she has brought her brilliant skills to the mission of helping us take care of ourselves. With sparkling prose, no-nonsense instruction, and, as always, oceans of wisdom, Martha implores readers not to recoil from their advancing years, but to embrace and celebrate them—with invaluable tips on keeping our diets healthy, our bodies pumping, and our outlook forever sunny. I just loved this book." —Marlo Thomas

The 120 Club Living The Good Life For 120 Years

Author: Philip Rose
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452060644
Size: 15,33 MB
Format: PDF
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The 120 Club Living the Good Life for 120 Years By Philip Rose In his book, The 120 Club - Living the Good Life for 120 Years Phil Rose wants us to imagine that living to 120 years is possible. He imagined this long before consulting the longevity experts, many of whom had reached the same conclusion: living to 120 is the natural life span for humans. In The 120 Club - Living the Good Life for 120 Years Phil Rose presents his Ten Wisdoms for living a balanced and rational life. His ideas stand in contrast to much of what is out of balance in our world. In addition to the more widely accepted and discussed areas of nutritional supplements, diet, and exercise, Phil Roses program of ten wisdoms includes an in-depth analysis of: Learning effective and practical ways to reduce stress and heal emotional hurts. Managing money and finding meaningful work. Living outside the box through personal creativity and play. Enjoying the rewards and inner peace of an authentic spiritual life. Participating in the essential healing powers of Mother Earth. Gaining and keeping long time friendships alive. Using alternative healers and Western doctors to repair and heal the body. Experiencing personal power to transform the world. The 120 Club Living the Good Life for 120 Years is not a quick-fix book but one that is meant to accompany you over a lifetime. There is no pre-requisite to join The 120 Club other than the total and joyful decision to transform your now long and healthy life. The 120 Club is THE survival manual for this century Bob Bodgan Professor of Sociology and Education Syracuse University There are books aplenty that urge us to fix the world and as many that guide us in healing the body and soul. In these pages Phil Rose wisely shows that to be fully alive is to be fully engaged spiritually, politically, and personally. Read on, live well, live long. Jack Manno Executive Director of the Great Lakes Research Consortium and author of Privileged Goods.


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The weekly source of African American political and entertainment news.

Living The Good Life

Author: David Patchell-Evans
Editor: ECW Press
ISBN: 1770907378
Size: 16,17 MB
Format: PDF
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David Patchell-Evans is the founder and CEO of GoodLife Fitness Clubs, Canada’s largest and fastest-growing fitness empire. Patchell-Evans, or “Patch,” as everyone calls him, is a five-time Canadian rowing champion and an active rower, runner, and skier today. Two weeks into his first year in university he was involved in a serious motorcycle accident. A lengthy and arduous period of rehabilitation at a sports clinic sparked his interest in sports and exercise, and he went on to combine courses in physical fitness and business, and to found his business empire. In this sane approach to health and exercise, Patch recounts his own personal story and gives balanced and inspiring tips on exercise, diet, and life.

Living The Good Life

Author: Steven J. Jensen
Editor: CUA Press
ISBN: 0813221455
Size: 19,28 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Living the Good Life presents a brief introduction to virtue and vice, self-control and weakness, misery and happiness.

Strategic Management Concepts And Cases Competitiveness And Globalization

Author: Michael A. Hitt
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305856287
Size: 13,11 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Introduce your students to strategic management with the market-leading text that sets the standard for the course area. Written by respected scholars who have taught strategic management at all educational levels, Hitt, Ireland, and Hoskisson's latest edition provides an intellectually rich, yet thoroughly practical, analysis of strategic management. The classic industrial organization model is combined with a resource-based view of the firm to provide students with a complete understanding of how today's businesses establish competitive advantages and create value for stakeholders. Cutting-edge research is presented with a strong global focus, featuring more than 500 emerging and established companies. All-new opening cases introduce chapter concepts and mini cases offer new contexts of study. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Living It Up How To Live The Good Life

Author: Bob Young
Size: 20,83 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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What's your idea of the good life? Is it having a million dollars? The hot girlfriend? Or a legion of young, teenage fans? We all have our own idealized version of the good life but very few of us have any clue about how to go about attaining it. Bob Young's Living It Up! How to Live the Good Life can show you the way. In this book, you will learn how to create a realistic outline for success in your life. Learn how to set short and long term goals and how to reach them. Discover how to overcome common setbacks and tragedies each one of us face in society. Adopt useful tips and techniques that you can incorporate into your daily life that help you keep your focus and achieve more throughout the day.You too can have a taste of the good life, all you need is a little guidance. So don't wait any longer. Grab your copy of Bob Young's Living It Up! How to Live the Good Life today!

Primer For Living The Good Life

Author: David Yohn
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595180647
Size: 15,85 MB
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This book speaks to concerns which we must address for the Common Good if we are to survive in a civilized fashion. This book speaks about VIRTUE. For a culture in which each individual appears to be given license to decide what is right and wrong in any situation, this book reaffirms the personal and communal virtues and values which common decency requires. This books speaks about LIVING THE GOOD LIFE. For an instant gratification culture starved for guidance on basic values, this book offers guidance on how to live with personal integrity and social responsiblity. This book speaks about the ART OF DYING. For a culture obsessed with longevity and survival at any and all costs, this book provides insights about how to participate in the natural process of dying with dignity. This book provides a map for the by-ways of daily life. It provides an ethical compass which points true north when emotional skies are clouded over and the steering stars of reason and decency seem obscured. Today is the only "here-now" we are given to start living the good life. This primer may help you take a "step in the right direction."

Writings On The Sober Life

Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442668350
Size: 13,58 MB
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Alvise Cornaro (c.1484–1566) was the son of a Paduan innkeeper with presumed ties to the patrician Cornaro family of Venice. Highly ambitious, he acquired a name for himself as a businessman, architect, and patron of the arts. Critically ill around age 40 – likely with diabetes and gout – he resolved to abandon his intemperate lifestyle. The strict rules regarding food and drink that he adopted and which led to his recovery are outlined in his most famous treatise, the Vita Sobria (1558). The work, which featured prescriptions for living to 100 years – stressing healthy lifestyle, proper diet, and avoidance of excess –became an international success. This edition offers the most comprehensive and faithful version of this early modern classic ever available in English, and includes Cornaro’s Aggionta (“Addition”), translated here for the first time. An introductory essay by the late Marisa Milani offers biographical background and analysis and discusses the work’s publication history. The volume also presents letters by Cornaro’s contemporaries commenting on the treatise as well as his Eulogy, now viewed as having been written by Cornaro himself. A foreword by award-winning health journalist Greg Critser speaks to the continuing relevance of Cornaro’s fascinating and seminal work.


Author: Bertrice Small
Editor: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 0758272944
Size: 16,14 MB
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New York Times bestselling author Bertrice Small writes exciting love stories that introduce readers to magnificent historic locales and memorable characters. In her newest book, Besieged, she continues her thrilling 17th century saga, Skye's Legacy, with the moving tale of Jasmine's younger daughter, a courageous beauty determined to follow her heart. . .. Besieged Nearly a spinster at twenty, Fortune Lindley is leaving Scotland to return to her birthplace at Maguire's Ford, a vast Ulster estate that she will inherit only if she marries an Irish Protestant. To that end, Fortune has agreed to consider a match with the Protestant aristocrat William Devers, a man suited to her wealth and status. Besieged But it is the rebellious and disinherited Catholic elder brother, Kiernan Devers, who steals her heart, driving William to a black and murderous fury. While Fortune and Kiernan's forbidden ecstasy explodes, jealousy and intolerance lead to an unthinkable tragedy--and a destiny that will test Fortune's will to survive in a struggle to claim a land, a legacy, and the only love she'll have. . . Bertrice Small is the author of over twenty-four novels of historical romance. She is a New York Times bestseller, and the recipient of numerous awards. In keeping with her profession, Bertrice Small lives in the oldest English-speaking town in the state of New York, which was founded in 1640. Her light-filled studio is filled with the paintings of her favorite cover artist, Elaine Duillo; a large library; but no computer as she works on an IBM Quietwriter 7, and her long-time assistant, Judy Walker, types the final draft. Because she believes in happy endings, Bertrice Small has been married to the same man, her hero, George, for thirty-six years. They have a son, Thomas, a lovely daughter-in-law, Megan, and two adorable grandchildren, Chandler David and Cora Alexandra. Long-time readers will be happy to know that Nicki the Cockatiel flourishes, along with his cat housemates, Pookie, the long-haired griege and white, and Honeybun, the petite orange with the cream-colored paws.