After traveling the country for nearly a decade delivering leadership and life skills workshops for women, the demands of her travel schedule and the onset of menopause collided with the big 5-0. She was moved to press the pause button on her life and reassess her priorities. She watched in astonishment as her skin began to lose its elasticity, and was mildly horrified when her tummy morphed into a permanent flotation device. Smile lines etched in deeper and she found it necessary to color her hair more often. When she made the decision to stop dyeing her hair, she came face-to-face with her fears about aging in a youth oriented culture. And so began her not-so-graceful quest to age mindfully.
Gradually, Maggie learned that her frustrations, fears and anxieties about aging grew quiet when she faced them directly. She learned to refocus her energies on the people, things and activities that brought a smile to her face and a song to her heart. By letting go of old identities and rediscovering new passions, she has gradually (but not always gracefully) hitched her rope to a growing movement of Amazing Grays.
My sister's love this book.. It really helps the transition of going gray!Published 2 months ago by Enohelia White
I love this book! For all those questions you wish you had the courage to ask, but keep to yourself, here are all your answers. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Vicki A. Carroll
I was really disappointed in this book. I had read the first pages on the look inside thing and got pretty excited, but she starts writing like she knows everything medical and... Read morePublished 24 months ago by scott
I was interested in this book because at age 60, I am trying to muster up the courage to stop putting chemicals on my head and embrace my natural gray. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by Mary Smith
This is a very informative and inspiring book. It's not just about the color of our hair - We are all so much more than that!! Read morePublished on January 28, 2011 by Nancy
When I read this book I felt like I was sitting with a good friend receiving kind, loving advise. A friend who bared her soul for me to help me to maneuver through the rough roads... Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by janielbl
Read this book to learn about healthy aging! I highly recommend this book to keep as a guide and inspiration. Read morePublished on November 23, 2009 by Sharon R
A whole book on gray hair.. my goodness. If someone REALLY can't make up their mind, by all means this book will help you sort it out, and how to do it. But good grief.... Read morePublished on September 2, 2009 by Donna L. Austin
If you want to go gray - this book will show you how. If you have no intention of ever having gray hair - this book is for you too! Read morePublished on March 5, 2009 by Judy