Retirement is about change, not age.
Celia Dodd is an author and journalist with over 30 years' experience of contributing features on family, relationships, health and education to national newspapers and magazines, including The Times, the Independent, the Daily Mail and Radio Times. This is Dodd's third book; her previous book was The Empty Nest: how to survive and stay close to your adult child. www.celiadodd.co.uk.
As a child of the 60's, ambitious and career driven, I needed to
read this book. I now no longer fear life's next chapter but
instead I'm shouting "Bring it on!" * Jo Good, BBC Radio London
At last - an authentic and connecting book from an author who shares how to be inspired after 60 - a definitive and rather rocking "go to" guide. * Helen Lederer, comedian, writer and actress *
Retirement is not about "giving up". This book shows us how to discover the positives and relish every moment of this major life transition. * Aggie MacKenzie, broadcaster and journalist *
This wonderful, comforting book examines every aspect - social, spiritual, recreational, financial, from pastimes and pensions to relationships, health and happiness - and offers expert knowledge and colourful, road-tested advice. And it works. A life-changing triumph! * Mark Ellen, writer and broadcaster *
Optimistic and clever, this handbook for how to flourish in your sixties - and beyond - may be the wisest book on reaching a pensionable age * The i newspaper *