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What's Age Got to Do with It?: Living Your Happiest and Healthiest Life

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5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

whats age got to do with it?

I love love love this book!!
everyone should have it young, or old..
I learned so much from this book :)

posted by robinrocks on December 12, 2008

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4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

What's Age Got to do with it?

Title: What¿s AGE got to do with it?
Author: Robin McGraw
Classification: Self-help
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Hardcover: 240 pages
ISBN: 1400202140

I must admit I ordered this book for review because I was intrigued about how a woman of 55 ca...
Title: What¿s AGE got to do with it?
Author: Robin McGraw
Classification: Self-help
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Hardcover: 240 pages
ISBN: 1400202140

I must admit I ordered this book for review because I was intrigued about how a woman of 55 can look so good. Hair, skin, nails, clothes, even shoes everyday, and all day. For those of us who don¿t have an unlimited budget to work with, taking care of your health as well as we would like doesn¿t happen for the most part. Looking our best may be being swamped in the middle of 6 children at one time, homeschooling, 2-3 loads of dishes in the dishwasher and 2-3 loads of clothes. Fixing 3 nutritious meals everyday, cleaning and all while trying to maintain some balance in the world of being a pastors wife.

After reading the first part of this book I realized that this book is really about Robin, not about the rest of us. I got out of it that she was more excited about telling us about herself than she was about how to stay healthy and look good so we would BE healthy and feel good. I think that by the time a woman has reached her 50¿s, none of the things that Robin has talked about doing will make much of a difference. Most of the things had to have been focused on during their 20¿s, 30¿s and 40¿s to make a difference. If they are looking for a quick fix to look like Robin McGraw, they aren¿t going to find it in this book. This book was a huge disappointment for me.

posted by an_angels_mommie on January 27, 2009

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  • Posted January 27, 2009

    What's Age Got to do with it?

    Title: What¿s AGE got to do with it?<BR/>Author: Robin McGraw<BR/>Classification: Self-help<BR/>Publisher: Thomas Nelson<BR/>Hardcover: 240 pages<BR/>ISBN: 1400202140<BR/><BR/>I must admit I ordered this book for review because I was intrigued about how a woman of 55 can look so good. Hair, skin, nails, clothes, even shoes everyday, and all day. For those of us who don¿t have an unlimited budget to work with, taking care of your health as well as we would like doesn¿t happen for the most part. Looking our best may be being swamped in the middle of 6 children at one time, homeschooling, 2-3 loads of dishes in the dishwasher and 2-3 loads of clothes. Fixing 3 nutritious meals everyday, cleaning and all while trying to maintain some balance in the world of being a pastors wife.<BR/><BR/>After reading the first part of this book I realized that this book is really about Robin, not about the rest of us. I got out of it that she was more excited about telling us about herself than she was about how to stay healthy and look good so we would BE healthy and feel good. I think that by the time a woman has reached her 50¿s, none of the things that Robin has talked about doing will make much of a difference. Most of the things had to have been focused on during their 20¿s, 30¿s and 40¿s to make a difference. If they are looking for a quick fix to look like Robin McGraw, they aren¿t going to find it in this book. This book was a huge disappointment for me.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2011

    Don't. Unless you are still 25, don't wast your precious time or money.

    I am sure Ms. McGraw is very healthy and very happy--and I am glad for her. She has been working at it for a long time and I applaud her for that...but if you are already in your 40's or 50's, and you are looking for a book with the inspiration to help you to turn the 'aging' mistakes of your youth around, you will not find it here. Ms. McGraw, blessed with a high metabolism in her early years, enough monetary security to remain a homemaker to young children, able to hire personal trainers and to live in Beverly Hills does not typify the woman who would think to pick up this book based on its title or premise. Instead of using the time to read it, we would all be doing ourselves a favor by simply spending a couple hours walking around the block.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2009

    What's Age Got To Do With It

    I haven't read this book by Robin McGraw, but I bought and read her book "Inside My Heart. It sounds like both books contain some similar things. I wasn't real impressed with her first book, because it basically promotes her life style. It sounds like this one does too. After reading Inside My Heart I emailed her and told her that I don't know anybody that can afford to do the things that she does. Not everybody can afford to eat healthy foods and take medicines other than the ones that are exactly necessary to live. Inside My Heart was interesting reading, mainly because of the way it is written, but for most women, it isn't a realistic life style. To me it also sounded like that until she and Dr. Phil established an actual relationship she kind of was stalking him. She made a statement something to the effect that shortly after she met him she decided that was who she was going to marry. It wasn't even long enough to determine if she loved him.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 27, 2011

    Good for her

    It makes for feel good reading and some good info but as soon as you put down the book reality sets in, fantasy is over for most of us who have'nt been independently wealthy and stress free for the last 25+ years.

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