Younger by the Day: 365 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Body and Revitalize Your Spirit

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Wouldn't it be wonderful to love your life through every age and stage of it? Appreciate yourself every step of the way? And have such vitality that, even though you're perfectly proud of the age you are, people routinely think you're several years younger?

This happy state is the promise of Younger by the Day, a one - year program for aging in reverse with results that start as soon as you do — and you can start any day of the year.

Victoria ...

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Overview

Wouldn't it be wonderful to love your life through every age and stage of it? Appreciate yourself every step of the way? And have such vitality that, even though you're perfectly proud of the age you are, people routinely think you're several years younger?

This happy state is the promise of Younger by the Day, a one - year program for aging in reverse with results that start as soon as you do — and you can start any day of the year.

Victoria Moran was baffled when midlife seemed to change everything, from the shape of her body to her visibility in society. She began a four - year journey, asking these questions: Why do some women blossom with age while others wither? How can you accept yourself as you are and still nurture yourself into becoming the best you can be? How can you draw from your inner wisdom everything you need to deal with the un-certainties of life as well the certainty of growing older?

Victoria found the practical answers, and they are distilled here for you to put into use, one day at a time.

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Editorial Reviews

Detroit Free Press
“Following a year of this advice should do wonders in all areas of your life.”
Chicago Tribune
“[T]hought-provoking....Moran’s newest book seems like one that will (pardon the expression) age well.”
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“Younger by the Day Moran’s way of taking life one day at a time . . . clear, concise and informative.”
Kansas City Star
“Rumor has it that old fountain of youth was a myth but YOUNGER may be just the tonic you need.”
—Louise Hay
“What an inspiration - and fun! - way to grow younger. I wholeheartedly recommend this daily guide!”
—Leah Komaiko
“Lovely, courageous and inspired. Here’s to the youngest year of my adult life. And yours!”
——Jennifer Louden
“Victoria is that rare being who walks her talk...Brava Victoria for creating such a complete and loving guidebook.”
—Dayle Haddon
“...the most inspiring book I have read - filled with wisdom, inspiration and common sense on every page.”
—Christiane Northrup
“[A] path for awakening the timeless part of yourself—-the part that shines through and makes you appear ageless...!”
--Louise Hay
“What an inspiration - and fun! - way to grow younger. I wholeheartedly recommend this daily guide!”
--Leah Komaiko
“Lovely, courageous and inspired. Here’s to the youngest year of my adult life. And yours!”
----Jennifer Louden
“Victoria is that rare being who walks her talk...Brava Victoria for creating such a complete and loving guidebook.”
--Dayle Haddon
“...the most inspiring book I have read - filled with wisdom, inspiration and common sense on every page.”
--Christiane Northrup
“[A] path for awakening the timeless part of yourself---the part that shines through and makes you appear ageless...!”
Louise Hay
"What an inspiration - and fun! - way to grow younger. I wholeheartedly recommend this daily guide!"
Leah Komaiko
"Lovely, courageous and inspired. Here’s to the youngest year of my adult life. And yours!"
Jennifer Louden
"Victoria is that rare being who walks her talk...Brava Victoria for creating such a complete and loving guidebook."
Dayle Haddon
"...the most inspiring book I have read - filled with wisdom, inspiration and common sense on every page."
Christiane Northrup
"[A] path for awakening the timeless part of yourself—-the part that shines through and makes you appear ageless...!"
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060816186
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/6/2005
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 480
  • Sales rank: 642,246
  • Product dimensions: 5.37 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.09 (d)

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Younger by the Day

365 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Body and Revitalize Your Spirit
By Moran, Victoria

HarperSanFrancisco

ISBN: 0060730625

January 1

Amazing Things Are Possible

Having a fresh year stretched out ahead of you like untracked snow speaks of boundless possibility. As you embark on this year of becoming younger by the day, let possibility be the keynote. It is fully possible for you to look and feel younger this time next year than you do right now. It is absolutely possible that you can come to love the age you are, and the ages you'll be in the future, even if that seems like a stretch today. It is completely possible that as you go through this year, you'll come to see midlife and later through your own unbiased eyes, without society's often skewed opinions clouding your vision.

All these things, and what you yourself want from this year, are possible. You can't force them to come about, but you can think and act in a way that allows them access to your life. Today, all you have to do is have a holiday. Eat black-eyed peas -- good luck for the New Year according to Southern tradition, and a way to get some fiber and disease-preventing phytochemicals while you're at it. If making New Year's resolutions is a tradition for you, make them, but consider altering the process a little. Call them "possibilities" instead of "resolutions" -- that takes the pressure off. Write them in the present tense asstatements of fact dated January 1, Next Year. This way, instead of the standard "I will work out every day," you'll write "I am fitter and healthier than I've been in years" -- a statement of possibility fulfilled.

Rejuvenate yourself with action: Keep in mind through the month of January that all manner of wondrous things are possible, and that you are open to all possibilities. Continues...


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Younger by the Day
365 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Body and Revitalize Your Spirit

January 1

Amazing Things Are Possible

Having a fresh year stretched out ahead of you like untracked snow speaks of boundless possibility. As you embark on this year of becoming younger by the day, let possibility be the keynote. It is fully possible for you to look and feel younger this time next year than you do right now. It is absolutely possible that you can come to love the age you are, and the ages you'll be in the future, even if that seems like a stretch today. It is completely possible that as you go through this year, you'll come to see midlife and later through your own unbiased eyes, without society's often skewed opinions clouding your vision.

All these things, and what you yourself want from this year, are possible. You can't force them to come about, but you can think and act in a way that allows them access to your life. Today, all you have to do is have a holiday. Eat black-eyed peas -- good luck for the New Year according to Southern tradition, and a way to get some fiber and disease-preventing phytochemicals while you're at it. If making New Year's resolutions is a tradition for you, make them, but consider altering the process a little. Call them "possibilities" instead of "resolutions" -- that takes the pressure off. Write them in the present tense as statements of fact dated January 1, Next Year. This way, instead of the standard "I will work out every day," you'll write "I am fitter and healthier than I've been in years" -- a statement of possibility fulfilled.

Rejuvenate yourself with action: Keep in mind through the month of January that all manner of wondrous things are possible, and that you are open to all possibilities.

Younger by the Day
365 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Body and Revitalize Your Spirit
. Copyright © by Victoria Moran. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2004

    Best birthday present ever

    I got this book for my birthday and I'm buying it for Christmas gifts for every woman over 40 I know. It's wonderful: practical and endearing and really well written, not so common in the health/beauty/self-help genre. But it's more than health and beauty and self-help. This book looks at mid-life from the perspective of somebody who's been there and understands it and has the tools to help the rest of us appreciate this time of life and look and feel our very best. I read it straight through like a novel, and now I'm savoring one daily reading at a time, arranged like a calendar that you can start at any point. The author promises that I'll look and feel younger this time next year. I'ts only been two weeks, and I already do.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2004

    An inspirational guide for living for today while planning for tomorrow!

    If there is one writer¿s voice that can rise off the page and embrace readers with compassion and empathy, that voice belongs to Victoria Moran. In Younger by the Day, there is no topic too personal or too touchy that Moran cannot bring an element of understanding to it. With an amazing combination of ¿you can do it¿ and ¿you really must do it,¿ Younger by the Day nudges the reader to take responsibility for one¿s own actions and, at the same time, extends a gentle hand to make goal-reaching possible. Whatever the subject area in our lives calling out for improvement, Moran's tone is one of, ¿I know it¿s hard. I¿ve been there. I¿ve done it, and so can you.¿

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  • Posted September 3, 2009

    Begin each day with a smile!

    Victoria Moran offers simple, clear, and insightful advice on ways to live life better each day. Every mornng, after reading my Bible, I pick up "Younger By the Day". It's a "little dessert" I eat all by myself to start the day off just right. I have purchased 10 copies for friends and plan to buy more as gifts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2006

    Great Book- Very Uplifting

    This is a great book- I am in my early thirties and loved the suggestions every day. It is a wonderful read filled with inspiration on every page. I am buying copies as gifts!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2006

    A Must-Read for any woman over 40

    This book is packed with loads of great ideas, advice, and inspiration for women. It is a great reference book, and has inspired me to begin many new rituals of self-care which make me feel strong and in charge of my own well being. This is a gift I love to give to my women friends (it's just the perfect 50th birthday gift!). I own many of Victoria Moran's books but this one is always on my bedside table.

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