Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Act 3 : The Art of Growing Older by Judy & Adrian Reith BLOG TOUR @Act3Life #Act3Life #RandomThingsTours @unbounders #Act3

At last, the life you want . . . post 50.
We re living longer, in better health, with higher expectations than any generation in human history. With an extra adult chapter to look forward to, what will you do? Who else could you be? How will you evolve the best plan for your life between 50 and 80?
Judy and Adrian Reith have decades of experience in helping people see hidden possibilities, clarify their goals and achieve life-changing results. In Act 3 they suggest practical steps to make your life more fulfilling as you age. From the ground up this book will help you identify and strengthen the four roots you ll need for a happy and successful third act. It illustrates how your attitude, purpose, relationships and values are keystones to a life without regret.
Act 3 gives tools and tips to help you focus on what matters, with chapters on Work, Home, Money, Health, Play, the World and Friends. You ll be inspired by original stories of those who have changed their lives after 50 and be able to re-imagine your future, and so get the life you want . . . at last.

Act 3: The Art of Growing Older by Judy Reith and Adrian Reith was published by Unbound on 2 April 2020.

I'm delighted to host the #RandomThingsTours Blog Tour today

None of us want to think of ourselves as 'old', and I believe that being in your 50s these days is completely different to how it was when I was younger.

For me, turning fifty felt like something of an achievement, after being really ill in my twenties and believing for many years that I wouldn't actually see middle age. Now I'm here, aged 54 this year and apart from the grey hairs and creaking joints, I honestly believe that this is the best time of my life.

Judy and Adrian Reith have produced a light-hearted, yet really positive guide for those people who want a happier balance in their lives. They've included real-life stories from people who have completely changed their life after the age of 50, and these are truly inspirational.

I don't have children, but I was really interested in the parts of the book that deal with life when your kids have grown up. I could relate these to many of my friends.

The book is beautifully and attractively presented, enabling the reader to pick and choose which parts to read, and when. It's not the sort of book that one would sit and read from cover to cover; it's more of a 'pick and mix' sort of read; pick out certain parts that apply to you, and then go and read those that you hadn't considered, and realise that most of it really can apply to anyone.

Act 3 is a book that will remain on my bookshelf. If I'm having a wobble, I'll be going right back to it, and reading through the ways to identify what I need to change.

Judy Reith draws on her professional training in child development, coaching and parent education to help thousands of parents, some of whom are also entering Act 3.
She is the author of 7 Secrets of Raising Girls Every Parent Must Know, Be a Great Mum and Transform Living with Teenagers.

Aged fifty in 2006, Adrian Reith ditched a successful career as a writer and director in advertising to help coaching clients unscramble their mental spaghetti.
He and Judy live together in Cambridge.

Twitter @Act3Life

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