Published October 15, 2007
by Rest Of Your Life Productions LLC .
Written in English
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The financial and life skills advice in this book is based on experiences from a life well lived. It would be priceless for any age but especially for young adults who are about to embark on their life's journey during a time when the future looks pretty rough for all of Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life?5/5(3). What About the Rest of Your Life signals a courageous, crucial, and authentic new voice in literature." -Jenny Boully, Book of Beginnings and Endings "sung has absorbed and chronicled the new unsettled America in a memoir that vibrates with grief as it attempts to uncover the nexus of masked identities in the : Perfect Day Publishing. What are you doing with rest of your life? and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view Audible audiobook. Share. Read this book and over 1 million others with a Kindle Unlimited membership. Read with /5(7). The theme is picked up by Kim Johnson Gross in her "What to Wear for the Rest of Your Life: Ageless Secrets of Style". The author makes her point by weaving real-life statements and experiences into what is essentially a style guide book/5.
The first half of the book contained useful, actionable advice, but then it seemed to dissolve into a lot of mystical woo. (The book tells you to talk to your socks. Really.) But, as you say, read the book, pick what is useful for you and discard the rest. Curate the book’s info, if . How do you make the rest of your life meaningful and impactful? Bestselling author Ken Blanchard of The One Minute Manager and psychologist Dr. Morton Shaevitz don’t believe in chance meetings. When they met on a flight from San Diego to New York, the two discussed the issues of aging. Chapter 3 Staying Healthy for the Rest of Your Life Chapter 4 All About Health Insurance Chapter 5 Making It Last for the Rest of Your Life Chapter 6 Transitioning from Full-Time Work Chapter 7 What Do You Want to Do with the Rest of Your Life? Chapter 8 Transitioning What You Own Chapter 9 Have “the Talk” with /5(6). At the end of the book there is a page-long "autobiographical word" by Miller, whose first book, THE TASTE OF NEW WINE, sold phenomenally in the s. His own journey since feels germane to this WHAT TO DO WITH THE REST OF YOUR LIFE theme.