Keep Your Fork is an enthusiastic, joyful personal look at aging well. Warner writes in a casual, inviting manner, weaving her personal stories and observations together with references to scholarly studies as well as pithy quotes from scholars and well-known personalities such as Oprah and Mark Twain. This short, engaging book using large print is a non-threatening approach towards being the best we can be in the second half of life.
Warner does not candy-coat the difficulties of aging. Instead, she suggests paths through and around negative aspects of growing older. She suggests that we question what we have learned to see if it still fits and that we face life with gratitude, resilience and helping others. A good start for us facing aging.
Barb Warner is in her 70's and lives in Aurora, Colorado. She edits a newsletter (Powerful Tools) and writes a blog. Visit her website.
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