How to Age With Grace
Living Your Best Life in Your 70s, 80s, and Beyond
What if you had an owner’s manual to answer your questions about aging?
Now, you do.
How to Age with Grace: Living Your Best Life in Your 70s, 80s, and Beyond answers the ten most pressing questions older adults ask to help them live well now and prepare for the years ahead.
Bobbi Was Recently Featured on the LemonSpark Podcast
Surviving Multiple Lemons in Short Time Span: Learning From Bobbi Linkemer’s Sage Advice
COVID19 was just another challenge Bobbi Linkemer faced in 2020. She also lost her business, her ability to drive and moved several times, all very stressful events in life. But, the 80+ year old survivor felt “Zen” even through those tough times by leaning on her passion, which is writing. Despite all the chaos, Bobbi wrote her latest book, How to Age with Grace, Living Your Best Life in Your 70s, 80s, and Beyond, in 2020. With over 50 years of writing and editing experience, and going through a divorce when divorce was not very common, Bobbi has learned a thing or two about surviving life’s lemons. Join us for this fascinating discussion about Flow, Mission and Knowing that everything has an expiration date, even life’s lemons.
About The Author
Bobbi Linkemer was a writing coach, ghostwriter, and editor before she retired in 2019 at the age of eighty-two. Bobbi’s interest in aging is personal because she is an older adult, and practical because she is aware of the many available options to help her get the most out of life. Like so many of her contemporaries, she continues to be active physically, intellectually, and politically. She has wide-ranging interests and a desire to contribute to her community, encourage and mentor aspiring authors, and help older adults maintain their health and vitality throughout their lives.
During her fifty-year career, she wrote for magazines, non-profits, small companies, and corporations in a wide variety of industries. She has written twenty-seven and helped many aspiring authors write and publish their books. In her quest to demystify the book-writing process, she has taught writing at a community college, launched a publishing company, and developed an online course on how to write a nonfiction book.
What does one do with snippets of news and facts that don’t seem to fit anywhere else—those that are interesting but defy categorization? Whether they are headlines or humorous observations or noteworthy quotes, taken together they are a hodge-podge of eclectic tidbits. If you are the kind of reader who is comfortable with slightly disorganized information, you should enjoy checking out News & Views.
For starters here is a get acquainted gift. It is 20 TIPS for Feeling Good About Your Age.
I know that’s probably not the most exciting name for a blog, but it has one advantage: It gives me the freedom to write about a wide range of topics.
No book is ever the last word on its subject matter. The minute they finish writing, authors become aware of so many other important topics they may have missed or not covered in enough depth. There is still so much more to write about. Hence the purpose of Bobbi’s Blog—to expand on the book’s content, to investigate trends, to pass along news, to explore ideas, and anything else I come across that looks interesting.
While Bobbi was learning how to age with grace, she was also very busy motivating, mentoring, and coaching aspiring authors on how to develop their own books. Check out her books on how to: write nonfiction books; develop the skills serious writers need; run a successful-author business; write an online course; survive and thrive as a freelance writer; become a successful ghostwriter; and her own reflections on the first forty years as a writer and author.