SHOBHAA AT SIXTY: Secrets of Getting It Right
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You've got nothing left to prove ... remember, life begins at 60!

For most of us who have crossed the sixtieth milestone in the journey of life, there's a tendency to consider oneself as 'over the hill', a 'has-been', or an 'old fogey'. But for the irrepressible and exuberant Shobhaa D , that's certainly not the case life only begins at sixty!

Declaring sixty the new forty, she comes up with a potent elixir to rejuvenate life, and provides practical tips on how to cope with the physical and emotional downslides commonly experienced by the post-sixty generation. Whether it's the flagging levels of confidence or diminishing stamina, Shobhaa provides the perfect antidote.

She lays great emphasis on family values and ties, and underlines the importance of a spiritual quest all of which make each passing decade more meaningful and enriching. Drawing up a 'road map', which enables the reader to chalk out a future course, Shobhaa shows us how life is so very beautiful and just how much we have to look forward to!


About the Author
 

Shobhaa D is one of India's most widely read writers. All of her 13 books have been huge bestsellers in India, and her latest work of non-fiction, Spouse, sold 50,000 copies in the first six months of publication. Overseas she has been published by Penguin International and Simon & Schuster, and her work has been translated into Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish and Korean.

Book Details
ISBN-13: 9789380480497
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Publisher Date: 01 Jan 2010
No of Pages: 217
ISBN-10: 9380480490
Publisher: Hay House
Height: 216 mm
Width: 140 mm
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