Today’s seniors are vibrant, energetic, and enthusiastic about life. They embrace their age with grace and beauty. They are empowered with wisdom, approaches change without reservation—they are forward thinkers. Here are some books on technology, health, fitness, and lifestyle that may appeal to some seniors.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Using Your Computer—for Seniors
by Paul McFedries
"Over 38 percent of all seniors in the U.S. now use the Internet. This book covers the most popular activities seniors enjoy: Facebook, Google Search, and more."
iPad for the Older and Wiser: Get Up and Running with Apple iPad2 and the New iPad
by Sean McManus
"The over-50 crowd is keeping up with technology like never before and they're eager to learn what the new iPad has to offer them. If you fall into that category, then this book is for you! Featuring an accessible, full-color interior, this new edition gets you up and running on the latest software release and features of the iPad and iPad Mini, in addition to iOS 6."
Computing for Seniors: In Easy Steps: Covers Windows 8 and Office 2013
by Sue Price
"Walks users through the ABCs of playing and storing music on their PCs; writing letters; surfing the web; buying and selling on eBay; sending and receiving email; playing games; installing anti-virus software; shopping safely on the internet; ordering groceries online; money management; transferring images from digital cameras and much more."
by Ari Seth Cohen
“Advanced Style is Ari Seth Cohen's blog-based ode to the confidence, beauty, and fashion that can only be achieved through the experience of a life lived glamorously. It is a collection of street fashion unlike any seen before— focused on the over-60 set in the world's most stylish locales. The (mostly) ladies of Advanced Style are enjoying their later years with grace and panache, marching to the beat of their own drummer."
Job Hunting after 50
by Carol A. Silvis
"Job Hunting After 50 will prepare you with a plan of action to carry out an effective job search to get the job you want. It covers self-assessment of skills and qualifications, preparing a resume for today's market, dressing with style, using technology to find a job, identifying common mistakes made by job seekers over 50 and how to avoid them, and interviewing skills."
Bombshell: Explosive Medical Secrets That Will Redefine Aging
by Suzanne Somers
“ Suzanne Somers. Dubbed a health pioneer by the Wall Street Journal and called "crazy smart" by Dr. Mehmet Oz, Suzanne Somers has repeatedly opened up new terrain to health seekers worldwide. And now, with Bombshell, she does it again. Acting like your personal medical detective, she has found the most advanced scientists, doctors, and health professionals and gotten them to share jaw-dropping advances that will stop deterioration and set you on the path to restoration and healthy longevity”.
Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life: Smart Choices about Money, Health, Work, Lifestyle—and Pursuing Your Dreams
by Bart Astor
“Where are you on the level of activity scale?—What are your goals for this stage in life?—Staying healthy for the rest of your life—All about health insurance—Making it last for the rest of your life—Transitioning from full-time work—What do you want to do with the rest of your life?—Transitioning what you own—Have "the talk" with your heirs—Home sweet home—Relationships with family and friends.”
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