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Sixty Things to Do When You Turn Sixty

by Ronnie Sellers (Editor)

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More insight than you'd expect from this kind of anthology. ( )
  skbw | Jan 15, 2012 |
got me thinking ( )
  Lissa28 | Jul 27, 2011 |
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The one essay I related to most was written by the red-sneakered Keillor of Prairie Home Companion fame. You can always count on a Minnesotan to cut through all the perkiness.

Keillor's advice: Be a grouch.

"There's a new survey out saying that people who take a positive view of aging actually live longer than those who grouse and grumble, which is hogwash and I am paying no attention to it," Keillor writes. "I turned 60 last week and it's no picnic, and anybody who says so is whistling in the dark. Maybe this doesn't sound life-affirming to you. So—shoot me."
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A humorous and thoughtful collection of short essays, musings and reflections written by experts & celebrities from all walks of life on the subject of turning 60. Garrison Keillor, Faith Ringgold, Chris Smither, Gloria Steinem and others share their wisdom in this milestone collection.

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