How Turning 50 Can Save Your LIfe
This presentation will offer an overview of how America currently addresses aging in the media and society overall, and will present an inspiring message about embracing our age, with a specific focus on taking control of our health and fitness so we can be vital and engaged ...
This presentation will offer an overview of how America currently addresses aging in the media and society overall, and will present an inspiring message about embracing our age, with a specific focus on taking control of our health and fitness so we can be vital and engaged with life for as long as possible.
A few years ago when she turned 50, Barbara started to feel as though society had already written her future off, and it looked something like this: She would grow older, fade into the background, become invisible, pack on post-menopausal pounds and decide that this was probably going to be how it was going to be. This is how many people who turn 50 feel.
And that’s where she was headed until she came to a screeching halt and said “no!” Instead of giving up and giving in, she retreated, revised and re-emerged: Barbara took control and wrote a new future for herself, which includes exercise, healthy eating, smart skincare, easy makeup and hair, simple style and a cheeky new attitude.
She figured out how to lose the weight, start a sustainable fitness program, eat well, wear clothes that made her look agelessly stylish, take better care of her skin, reconnect with her husband, walk with confidence, stop being filled with fear about her future . . . and so much more.
The result was her first book, The Best of Everything After 50: The Experts’ Guide to Style, Sex, Health, Money and More, the quintessential guide for living your best life after 50.
The audience will “take away” specific actionable tips from this inspirational, engaging and interactive talk, such as how to:
• stop feeling invisible
• ignore the negative media messages that bombard us about aging
• reconnect with your core self
• create a fitness, eating and well-being program . . . for life
• be fearless after 50