The list author says: "These last 2 years or so have kicked our butts economically. We have to find the good in it and move on. My beliefs held me back from selling a property that I had hoped to make money on. Instead I held onto it and drained a lot of money doing so. Now that I accepted to sell it low, I got a buyer right away and am so relieved to have the stress of holding on to it gone. What took so long? ... beliefs I couldn't let go of. This economy is teaching us new ways to think. It's a matter of survival and learning to focus on what's really important. Decisions like I made above are one of many to make my life less stressful, happier and healthier. These books opened my eyes and can for you, too."
"A role model; life tips that have and continue to give this centenarian a fabulous life experience; bonus of some history, interesting, positive facts about age/aging, photos, humor.; an uplifting, inspiring primer... a centenarian's whole life that made her who she is today. Other longevity books often only have a current view on older persons' lives in other countries."
"This is a good academic work that supports a lot of what you see in stories throughout the life of Elsa in "Elsa's Own Blue Zone." Some may like the research support, but I still believe we learn and absorb best from reading a full book about one person's whole life: learn from a role model and books like this may help you to see the intellectual side of it, too, if you need that."
"The newest of this Abraham-Hicks group of publications; start with the one that appeals to you most. You'll get hooked if you can have an open mind about law of attraction and how to make it happen for you."