Synopses & Reviews
Celebrating a decade of celebrating 50...with a nip and a tuck because lots has happened in 10 years.
Wise, witty, and whimsical, this list of "things not to do" shows every woman that in order to make the most of being over 50, she has to remember some hard-earned life lessons-about the value of freedom, fun, and feeling good. As "every woman," Crisp resolves not to introduce body parts as topics of conversation, wear a corsage, talk like the kids, or miss an eclipse-and 96 other spirited refusals that will inspire anyone over 50 (and some under-50s, too) to kick up their heels, kick up a fuss-and keep getting a kick out of life.
This universal, updated list of "things not to do" is for women who have gained an appreciation of the value of freedom, fun and feeling good. Accompanied by humorous line drawings, these 100 spirited refusals celebrate the best part of a woman's life.
About the Author
Wendy Reid Crisp is the author of five books. For her writings on behalf of women and children, she has been awarded an honorary doctorate of letters from Middlebury College, Vermont. She is an active volunteer and member of the board of directors of several California-based not-for-profit organizations.