Recommended Reading

June 7, 2010

What's Next


What’s Next? Follow Your Passion and Find Your Dream Job

Retirement can be the perfect time to finally pursue your dream job or other passions. This book is a collection of stories of people who followed their true passions and made life altering choices. Follow their stories and learn from their mistakes and successes

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Healthy Cookbook


366 Healthful Ways To Cook Rice Beans And Grains

There is evidence to suggest that eating less meat can reduce inflammation which reduces one’s risk of cancer and heart disease. The 366 Healthful Ways To Cook Rice Beans And Grains cookbook will give you various dishes with protein you can prepare instead of meat.

The Hiding Place


The Hiding Place

The Hiding Place is the story of a courageous 50-year-old woman, Corrie Ten Boom, who risked everything to shelter Jews from the Nazis in the Netherlands. Ultimately, she was arrested and sent to a concentration camp. She was eventually released and spent years travelling the world speaking on forgiveness and her faith.

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Gentle Yoga for the 50 Plus


Gentle Yoga for 50 Plus
This book is designed for yoga beginners who are over 50. Gentle yoga poses and stretches can relieve stiffness and also be beneficial for those who suffer from arthritis or rheumatism.

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  • Madeleine Kolb

    I can highly recommend “366 Delicious Ways to Cook Rice, Beans, and Grains.” I’ve been using this cookbook a lot lately. Last night I made Split Pea-Barley Soup for dinner. It was excellent, and I’m ready glad I made enough for lunch today also.

    In addition, this cookbook is also a great resource for planning and cooking on Meatless Monday.

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