Synopses & Reviews
The New York Times
bestselling author and country music superstar reveals how to embrace the opportunities that come with age and make one's later years truly golden.
In Naomi's Guide to Aging Gratefully, Judd debunks society's myths about aging. She helps us define ourselves from within, find our real beauty, and enjoy the benefits that come with growing older. With fifteen important life choices, she shows how to find freedom and simplicity in the latter half of life. Each chapter offers vital, proactive suggestions for developing a healthier body, mind, and spirit at every age.
Who said Baby Boomers have to go bust? Packed with personal anecdotes, celebrity interviews, and Judd's uplifting "lemonade-out-of-lemons wit and wisdom" (BookPage), this book shows how to turn our advanced years into our best years.
"Sprightly and engaging.... Uplifting and informative." ---Publishers Weekly
The Grammy Award-winning country star challenges popular misconceptions about aging while sharing inspirational strategies on how to get in touch with one's inner beauty and enjoy the benefits of growing older, in a guide that counsels readers about fifteen life choices. Simultaneous.
The New York Times bestselling author and country music superstar reveals how to embrace the opportunities that come with age and make one's later years truly golden.
In this lively and fun audiobook for Baby Boomers and Busters alike, "New York Times" bestselling author and country music superstar Naomi Judd reveals how to embrace the opportunities that come with age and make one's later years truly golden. Unabridged. 6 CDs.
About the Author
Naomi Judd, a country music superstar as well as one of the most admired women in the entertainment industry, has sold more than twenty million albums and won six Grammys and American Music awards. Author of the bestselling autobiography "Love Can Build a Bridge, " Naomi has also written two children's books and "Naomi's Home Companion, " a collection of recipes and kitchen-table wisdom. She lives with her husband outside of Nashville, Tennessee, on a farm that adjoins the homes of her daughter Wynonna and her two grandkids, Elijah and Gracie, and daughter Ashley and her husband, Dario Franchitti.