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Retirement Redesigned

Reviewed: Together – The Healing Power of Human Connection in a...

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Overview. Even before the mandated isolation of COVID -19, Western society had developed an increasing near epidemic of loneliness and isolation. This book, by Vivek...

Reviewed: Life Is In The Transitions – Mastering Change At Any...

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Overview Best-selling author Bruce Feiler explores how we adapt to life's transitions and get to grips with change. He discovered, almost by accident, that telling...

Reviewed: Live! Organized and Clutter-Free by Kirsten Jensen & Johan van...

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How a family’s tiny home inspired a life of living organised and clutter-free.

Reviewed: The Making of an Elder Culture by Theodore Roszak

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Overview. Forty years after he wrote The Making of a Counter Culture, Theodore Roszak revisits the 'make love not war' generation. They are the baby boomers...

Reviewed: 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari

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Harari is a penetrating thinker and has bravely managed to address a significant number of the earth and mankind's overpowering concerns.

Reviewed: The Council of Dads by Bruce Feiler

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This review of The Council of Dads by Bruce Feiler gives a brief overview of the book as well as some reasons to add it to your reading list.

Reviewed: Thank You for Being Late by Thomas L. Friedman

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Overview. Tom Friedman is a renowned journalist and author who writes this book to build a better understanding of what is going on in the...

Reviewed: Another Set Of Lenses by Steve Hall

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Overview Another set of lenses by Steve Hall is packed with insights gleaned from his keen observational eye . His many interests such as tracking...

Reviewed: The Body – A Guide for Occupants by Bill Bryson

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For The Body: A Guide for Occupants, the American -British author Bill Bryson gives another master class in simplifying the somewhat inexplicable

Reviewed: The Five Invitations by Frank Ostaseski

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Frank Ostaseski’s powerful book focuses on a subject that is often avoided with some discomfort. We don’t like to talk about death. The author has a different view.