"A fun and informative guide to creating health and happiness at midlife and beyond." --John Gray, PhD, author of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus
"Sunny talks down, dirty, and very funny about everything connected to being female and over 45. Enjoy!" --Belleruth Naperstek, guided imagery expert, Health Journeys
Whether you are in perimenopause, menopause, or somewhere in between, Midlife Mamas on the Moon is a fun and informative book that covers just about everything a woman entering her midlife could possibly think of. From diet to hormone replacement therapy to getting a better sex life to starting a new career, this bold and joyful book will take your breath away with the prospects of just how great your second life can be…when you are prepared for it physically, financially, emotionally and mentally.I highly suggest every woman get this book and keep it at the ready. But for those coming up on forty and beyond, read it NOW. It is priceless and just might answer your most nagging questions about moving into the most powerful phase of your life. --Marie D. Jones for Curled Up With a Good Book
From the Publisher
Were not over the hill weve moved the hill back! That bulge in the population that was born between 1946 and l964the baby boomershas decided that the 40s and 50s arent old. For the Midlife Mamas of today, 40 is the new 30, and in your 50s, youre just getting started! Instead of rocking on the porch, were rocking the world with our entrepreneurial spirit, savvy work style, independent approach to aging and health, and enlightened focus on relationships. Throughout most of human history, most women died by the age of 40, so its obvious that were blazing a trail through uncharted territory. In the 20th century, our great-grandmothers, grandmothers, and mothers have been the guinea pigs for the new longer lifespan, showing us how toand how not tonavigate through the additional forty-some years weve been given.
Imagine your 40s as the infancy of your second life.
Life changes quickly in the years between 40 and 60, yet this is when we build the foundation for later years. Midlife Mamas have so many choices, so much pressure, and so many demands competing for their time and energy that we sometimes feel paralyzed by the need to sort out the information flying in our faces at warp speed. How do you lose weight, reduce stress, eat the right foods, lower your blood pressure, raise great kids, have great sex, balance your hormones, advance your career, and prepare for your financial future while keeping all your everyday balls in the air? How can you create a healthy, happy future rather than reacting to random events?