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This inspiring collection of 70 essays by notable achievers who have reached 70 includes a wide diversity of people who have taken on exciting challenges and have found fun, intriguing, and surprising ways to mek their lives rewarding.


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This inspiring collection of 70 essays by notable achievers who have reached 70 includes a wide diversity of people who have taken on exciting challenges and have found fun, intriguing, and surprising ways to mek their lives rewarding.

30 review for 70 Things to Do When You Turn 70: More Than 70 Experts on the Subject of Turning 70

  1. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    I purchased 70 Things to Do When You Turn 70 for my husband when he turned 70. Since I’m approaching the same milestone, I decided to read it when he finished. The book consists of 70 short essays about life at 70 or after. The essays were motivational and probably could have been used for any book on aging. Both of my favorite essays were near the end of the book. “The Thank-You Prayer” by Lewis Richmond was a good reminder that being thankful helps ensure a happier outlook on life. “Learn to S I purchased 70 Things to Do When You Turn 70 for my husband when he turned 70. Since I’m approaching the same milestone, I decided to read it when he finished. The book consists of 70 short essays about life at 70 or after. The essays were motivational and probably could have been used for any book on aging. Both of my favorite essays were near the end of the book. “The Thank-You Prayer” by Lewis Richmond was a good reminder that being thankful helps ensure a happier outlook on life. “Learn to See Through the Eyes of Love” by Tina B. Tessina was a special favorite. She shared what she had learned from an experience with her broken Betsy Wetsy doll and her beloved Aunt Ida. It’s a sweet story and also a good reminder to view yourself and the world through positive eyes. The book is written in very large print, which will be helpful for senior eyes. It’s definitely a good read for those approaching 70 and/or those who one day will be.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Staughton

    "70 things to do when you turn 70" was an informative book composed of 70 chapters written by people in different fields who have great advice. Some of the advice--like go sailing--doesn't lie within my interests but many of the others do. This is a book I will keep nearby and return to to refresh my memories as to the informative advice. I do have interests that keep me busy at 71 but not many close friends near my age to share them with. It's good to know there are others out there needing con "70 things to do when you turn 70" was an informative book composed of 70 chapters written by people in different fields who have great advice. Some of the advice--like go sailing--doesn't lie within my interests but many of the others do. This is a book I will keep nearby and return to to refresh my memories as to the informative advice. I do have interests that keep me busy at 71 but not many close friends near my age to share them with. It's good to know there are others out there needing confirmation that their "70's" are full of interesting things to do to keep us functioning and healthy.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Leona

    Loved this book - uplifting and motivating. I'm 69 and while there's more time behind me than in front me, there is still lots to do, see, hear, feel, learn, and, above all, many things for which to be grateful! Loved this book - uplifting and motivating. I'm 69 and while there's more time behind me than in front me, there is still lots to do, see, hear, feel, learn, and, above all, many things for which to be grateful!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Harold Mathews

    A few good tips, but just barely worth plowing through the 70essays.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chandrasvaras

    Good book. Easy to think. but rather hard to do completely

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

    A series of short stories. Some had good tips. Some were depressing. What I learned from reading this is I have to do it my way 😊

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Great, full of lots of things to do and share with others. Many ideas of how to stay active and keep going as you slow down into retirement... they are worth trying

  8. 5 out of 5

    Louise Hite

    Some good ideas. Basically, don't put off doing anything. If you have a place you want to visit, or something you want to do, go ahead and do it. Some good ideas. Basically, don't put off doing anything. If you have a place you want to visit, or something you want to do, go ahead and do it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alli Tripp

    I'm in my late 40s and I thoroughly enjoyed this book. An easy and fast read full of inspiration and motivational positive ideas I'm in my late 40s and I thoroughly enjoyed this book. An easy and fast read full of inspiration and motivational positive ideas

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Ireland

    Rewarding This is an encouraging and also entertaining glimpse at growing older. It makes a nice birthday gift to a new member of the seventh decade.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gail Smith

    70 vignettes on staying active and alert in your "dotage." I personally liked # 51--the fine art of napping! 70 vignettes on staying active and alert in your "dotage." I personally liked # 51--the fine art of napping!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    This is not a book to read at one or two sittings. It consists of 70 articles by people who are arriving at or already are 70 years old. All of them are encouraging us "old" folks to keep being active, to try new things, to search for our inner self, to see our age as a plus, and to enjoy life to its utmost. Each article is uplifting and directs us to see life from a new perspective. There are many of the suggestions that I want to try. So for anyone thinking that life is in the past, I suggest This is not a book to read at one or two sittings. It consists of 70 articles by people who are arriving at or already are 70 years old. All of them are encouraging us "old" folks to keep being active, to try new things, to search for our inner self, to see our age as a plus, and to enjoy life to its utmost. Each article is uplifting and directs us to see life from a new perspective. There are many of the suggestions that I want to try. So for anyone thinking that life is in the past, I suggest reading and choosing some of the ideas expressed. Seventy is not the end of life, but a start for a new one.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Pat Petrouski Kasprzak

    I found this to be an interesting book that was basically a compilation of various people who had written their thoughts on turning 70. I took some notes and wound up with 30 suggestions for myself to follow through on. I started them just before turning 70 and am enjoying implementing things that struck a chord with me and my stage of life!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Bingaman

    This inspiring book contained essays by many noted people on the subject of aging. The suggestions included napping, dancing, riding across country in an eighteen-wheeler, traveling, sailing, running a marathon, etc. It had a positive outlook, but was best read in short sections and seemed a little intimidating to those who don't have as much ambition or energy. This inspiring book contained essays by many noted people on the subject of aging. The suggestions included napping, dancing, riding across country in an eighteen-wheeler, traveling, sailing, running a marathon, etc. It had a positive outlook, but was best read in short sections and seemed a little intimidating to those who don't have as much ambition or energy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dave Koch

    70 short articles about life after 70. The theme can be capsulized by a quote form one of the contributing authors, LaTron Brown, "Embrace the power of possibilty". After a bit of a slow start, I found these articles to be interesting and inspiring. 70 short articles about life after 70. The theme can be capsulized by a quote form one of the contributing authors, LaTron Brown, "Embrace the power of possibilty". After a bit of a slow start, I found these articles to be interesting and inspiring.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Peg

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    Caren

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lucy

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Bergmeyer

  20. 5 out of 5

    D.B. Schnebly

  21. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

  22. 5 out of 5

    audrey murphy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cooatay Stafford

  24. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  25. 4 out of 5

    Judith Kristen

  26. 5 out of 5

    Leslie B Mink

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mary Seely

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marg

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  30. 5 out of 5

    Janice

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