Dr. Mehmet Oz
“Every once in a while a book comes across your desk, and you just have to pick it up. This is one of them!”Ann Curry (The Today Show)
“Barbara talked with nutritionists, physicians, skin and hair experts, fashion and fitness gurus, all to look at some of the best things women who are moving into their fifties can think about to make their lives better. What an opportunity!”Marlo Thomas
“Barbara writes (in a recent article), "fear will stop you from pursuing your dreams, and could cause you to give up and give in, keeping you a prisoner in your comfort zone." I completely agree. What are you afraid of? Let's be fearless together!”StyleSubstanceSoul.com
“The definitive guide to living your best life after 50. The Best of Everything After 50 proves that hitting the half-century mark is not the end of life as you know it’s the beginning of a new adventure and Barbara is definitely the guide you want on your journey.”Aging Abundantly
“ . . . should be wrapped in brightly colored wrapping paper, tied up with a fashionable bow and handed to every woman on her fiftieth birthday (or even later!). BRAVO Barbara! No wonder you’re getting so much press!”Feisty Side of Fifty
“When a woman hits her fifties she becomes stronger, more self-aware, and feistier than ever. She'll want the best of everything and Barbara Hannah Grufferman delivers it big time in this amazing book. It's a must read for any woman in midlife!”RealWomenOnHealth.com
“Barbara is a true change agent for us women after 50. She covers the gamut from heart health to getting rid of the ol' blow dryer. And, she lives it herself! Barbara has changed what it means to be your best after 50!”FeedTheBeauty.com (The Art of Aging)
“. . . savvy, smart perspectives on aging . . . a book that offers both practical and stylish information for all of us.Bookpleasures.com
“…there isn’t one page in this book that you can afford to miss.”TempoToronto.ca
"Barbara Hannah Grufferman created this go-to reference…each part helps set you on the right path, and doesn’t waste time in getting to the point. That’s one of the beauties of the book: no wasted words. It’s all about practical tips for style, make-up, sex, health, finance, and myriad other topics, and as it’s written by and for women over 50, it all makes sense.”wowOwow.com
“The Best of Everything After 50
, a handy tome to help fine-tune your heart, head, health, hair and more ..."National Association of Baby Boomer Women
“Just over 300 pages, THE BEST OF EVERYTHING AFTER 50
contains, Grufferman says, everything you need to know to be the best you can be. But just in case her manual misses one of your top questions, each chapter ends with a handy list of websites you can reference to get more information. I'd call this a ‘must read!’”StyleGoesStrong.com
"After-50 Operating Instructions . . . a manual for getting through this decade with ease, grace, forethought and, of course, style."
About the Author
Barbara Hannah Grufferman
writes a weekly column for AARP and Huffington Post, is the Chief Pundit for FOF (FabOverFifty), and blogs regularly for several other major websites. Barbara is at work on her second book, which will be published in 2013.
A recent recipient of the Generations of Strength Award from the National Osteoporosis Foundation, Barbara has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America Health, CBS' The Early Show and numerous radio and internet programs, including NPR, Dr. Oz Sirius Radio on the Oprah Channel, and Sirius Doctor Radio. In 2012, Barbara became a regular contributor on the Growing Bolder television show, which is carried in over 98% of the U.S. market. She also travels around the country, speaking to groups on health, nutrition, career, fitness, sex and many other topics pertaining to being fit and fabulous after 50.
Barbara recently started Best of Everything Media, Inc., which will publish books, develop online content, and create programming ideas for network and web-based television. She's a huge believer in the power of social media and can be found talking with friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest throughout the day.
Barbara lives in New York City with her husband, two teen-aged daughters, and Gunther, a dog they rescued through the National Brittany Rescue Network.