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Maturing with Moxie
A Woman’s Guide to Life after 60
Jan Cannon

Publication date: May 1, 2018



ForeEdge
2018 • 216 pp. 1 illus. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Self-Help - Aging / Retirement Planning / Family - Later Years

$22.95 Paperback, 978-1-5126-0278-4
$17.99 Ebook, 978-1-5126-0279-1

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A guide to help women successfully master the many aspects growing old, with partners or on their own

Women, as we know, live longer than men. Wives tend to outlive husbands. Additionally, there is a growing demographic of older women who have never been married or are divorced. Designed for this group of female baby boomers, Maturing with Moxie looks at the social, financial, health, and family circumstances of women over sixty, and suggests tools for creating the best old age possible.

Unlike other books that feature just one or a few of these topics (finances, volunteer activities, housing), well-known consultant Jan Cannon takes a more comprehensive approach, addressing many of the other decisions older women must make as well: changes in family relationships, healthcare options, employment, and how to make friends.

With examples drawn from her own clients, Cannon has written an upbeat book that asks provocative questions, provides useful exercises, and offers the reader numerous resources to find her answers.

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“Whether you’re heading toward  60 or have already passed the signpost, Maturing With Moxie is the travel guide you need to make the journey ahead extraordinary. You’ll find resources, ideas and advice that you can put to work as soon as you like. Equally helpful are the questions Cannon provides to clarify what the best direction is for you. Quite simply, this is the book we’ve all be waiting for and will return to again and again.”—Barbara J. Winter, author of Making a Living Without a Job



JAN CANNON, the author of Now What Do I Do? The Woman’s Guide to a New Career, has spent more than twenty-five years helping clients find new jobs, start new businesses, or plan for their retirement. Articles about Jan have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Business 2.0, Real Simple, Women’s World, AARP Bulletin, Working Mother, and other publications. Her blog maturingwithmoxie.com has information about issues that women face as they age.



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