Whatever you envision for your future, one thing’s for sure: life will be a lot more fun with my new book in hand to inspire, motivate, and challenge you to be the best version of you with simple small steps to guide you to put yourself first, swap bad habits for healthy ones, and stay committed to living a vibrant, engaged life.
Follow these small steps and you’ll feel healthier, fitter, sexier and sharper in just a few weeks.
Love Your Age: The Small-Step Solution to a Better Longer, Happier Life is refreshingly free of hype and false promises and chock full of practical, empowering tips.
Love Your Age is for anyone who still holds on to these bad habits:
I’ve put myself on the back-burner.
I eat too much.
I skimp on sleep.
I can’t stop being a couch potato.
I’m a health procrastinator.
I think it’s too late for me.
I have no time to work out.
My makeup is stuck in the ’80s.
I lie to my doctor.
I don’t give healthy actions enough time to become healthy habits.
I’ve curated a veritable treasure trove—perhaps the most comprehensive and effective guide on the market—of small step solutions to unlock the most effective ways to live longer, healthier, and happier; to be more generous with yourself; and to just enjoy life so much more!
Love Your Age will reveal this truth: it’s more than embracing your age; it’s about loving your age.
Barbara Hannah Grufferman is a nationally recognized advocate for positive living. Dr. Mehmet Oz said of her previous book, The Best of Everything After 50: “Every once in a while a book comes across your desk, and you just have to pick it up. This is one of them!” She is a frequent contributor to HuffPost and AARP, has appeared on the Today Show, CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America, The Doctors, The Talk, Dr. Phil, NPR, The Dr. Oz Show on Sirius Radio and OWN, the Oprah Channel, any many local radio and TV shows. Barbara travels around the country speaking to groups on health, nutrition, career, fitness, sex and many other topics related to positive and healthy aging. She is a recipient of the Generations of Strength Award from the National Osteoporosis Foundation, the country’s leading authority and resource on osteoporosis and low bone density, for her outspoken support of positive and healthy aging in America, and also serves as Bone Health Ambassador and trustee. Grufferman, a proud mother of two daughters, lives in New York City with her husband and rescued dog. A passionate knitter and runner, Barbara swapped her first morning love–Cap’n Crunch cereal–for a much healthier one–running–and has since completed four New York City Marathons, one Edinburgh Marathon, and one Ultramarathon (but who’s counting?).