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Lots of Candles, Plenty of CakeLots of Candles, Plenty of Cake by Anna Quindlen
Random House; Reprint edition, April 24, 2012
In this inspiring memoir, Anna Quindlen describes the journeys and milestones in a woman’s life.

Aging Gracefully for Women Over 50: Dr. Steve’s Guide to Help Reverse Aging, Disease, Weight Gain and Energy Lost by Dr. Steve Kringold
Independently published, July 20, 2022
Aging Gracefully for Women Over 50 aims to show that aging doesn’t have to be a bad thing and that you can live your best life in your second stage of life.

The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time by Cameron Diaz and Sandra Bark
Harper Wave; Illustrated edition, April 5, 2016
Actress Cameron Diaz partners with Sandra Bark to outline the science of aging so women can harness that knowledge to age well.

The Upgrade: How the Female Brain Gets Stronger and Better in Midlife and Beyond by Louann Brizendine, MD
Harmony, April 19, 2022
The Upgrade acts as a roadmap to fine-tuning your hormones, and overall health, so you can age gracefully.

Women Rowing North: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing As We Age by Mary Pipher
Bloomsbury Publishing; 1st edition, January 15, 2019
This New York Times bestseller, Women Rowing North, evaluates the struggles that women face as they age and discusses how you can use that knowledge to thrive.

Hagitude: Reimagining the Second Half of Life by Sharon Blackie
New World Library, October 11, 2022
Using Western folklore and mythology as a guide, this book presents important lessons about your second half of life.

Bolder: How to Age Better and Feel Better about Ageing by Carl Honore
Vintage Canada, December 29, 2020
In this book, Carl Honore shows that you don’t have to follow a traditional life path and the silos various age groups are put into.

Our Wisdom Years: Growing Older with Joy, Fulfillment, Resilience, and No Regrets by Charles Garfield, PhD
Central Recovery Press June 2, 2020
Our Wisdom Years explains how you can find joy, instead of difficulty, in aging.

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