The HIP Senior Books

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Planners and Workbooks

Nursing a beer at a local bar in the middle of the day, Grace wonders if she has anything left in the tank at age 78. Widowed and retired from teaching, she discovers renewed purpose by spearheading a free community preschool.

Through her mother’s dementia, Deborah discovered compassion, deepening love, and increased connection with her mother and her family.

Creative Activities to Explore Together

Creative Activities to Explore Together
Innovative ideas designed so care partners can engage and connect with people living with dementia.

A Midlife Widow’s Search for Love

After losing her husband, George—her one and only since high school prom—to cancer, fifty-year-old Debbie Weiss found herself opening a new chapter of life that she didn’t know how to start.

Coping with cancer is hard. It is an emotional ordeal as well as a physical one, with known and somewhat predictable psychological responses.

Learn about the typical emotional experience, the science behind those emotions and how to cope with it all, from medical experts and those who have been there.

A Recipe for: Inspired Thinking and Living, Finding Gifts When Life Gives You Lemons, and Turning Your Lemons into Lemonade!
Are things refusing to go your way?

A Woman’s Guide to Healing Her Relationship with Money
Are you ready to recover a positive and peaceful relationship... with your money?
Money is the third person in any marriage, but unlike your ex, money will be with you forever. That’s why it’s important for a divorcing woman to not only heal her heart but also her relationship with money.

A Financial Guide for Creative Entrepreneurs
"Manage Money Like a Boss will profoundly shift the way you think about money and entrepreneurship. Christine lays out a simple, yet profound strategy for creative entrepreneurs to succeed financially in business, and as she writes, 'change the world for the better.'" ~ Barbara (Stanny) Huson, bestselling author of Sacred Success:

Prevent Your Heart From Hijacking Your Wallet
If money is emotional, then why do we persist in trying to manage our personal finances logically? We already know what it takes to become financially healthy: spend less than we make, pay down our debt, and save more money. Money management books, tools, and techniques abound, yet most of us don’t utilize them. Maybe you’ve adopted the practice of ignoring money problems until they are barreling down on you like a tidal wave, as I once did.

A Simple Plan to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet - Limited Edition

Being Healthy Shouldn't Be So Hard!
Baby Got Back In Her Pants offers a plant-based weight-loss program that you can live with.

How Learning to Love Yourself Can Change Your Relationship with Food

This Roadmap is designed to save you time, money, and energy.
Acknowledging the high rate of burnout for people who are working in the family caregiver and healthcare role(s), this roadmap was created to connect readers to resources and support networks, whilst equipping them with practical tools they can utilize in the face of any caregiving challenge.

Feeling Fabulous at Fifty and Beyond
Do you believe getting older means losing health and vitality?

Here is your path to feeling youthful and vibrant. Imagine starting each day with a spring in your step. Envision liking what you see in the full-length mirror before you get dressed. Now visualize that you can engage in any activity with strength, grace, and confidence.

How a Middle-Aged Princess Became a Warrior Queen

CHERYL ILOV SURPRISED EVERYONE, including herself, when she began training in an ancient Japanese martial art at the tender young age of 47. As a self-proclaimed middle-aged princess, she was the last person anyone would expect to study martial arts.

Senior Living Decisions Simplified

Your Dreams Are Still Alive

The decisions we make from our hearts, using good guidance and information, are often the best ones. Our culture focuses on reactionary health care rather than proactive life decisions. This approach can be devastating if we wait too long to choose a positive living environment.

Even When Your Crown Feels Heavy

Shine on You Crazy Diamond is a book written especially for women. Through inspirational quotes and personal experiences, Catherine shares lessons learned as she went through the process of clearing out the debris of shame, guilt, unrealistic expectations from self and others, social stigmas and conditioning, childhood traumas, and all the other unnecessary and unrealistic pressures that we as women often put on ourselves.

Igniting Change & IMPACT in Health, Fitness & Life...NOW!!!

WHAT'S NEXT? compiles the insights of 28 health and wellness experts who weathered the challenges because they were focused on finding better ways to help people become healthy. In this book, they share their knowledge, experience, and vision.

Stories and tips from a breast cancer survivor's journey through chemo, surgery and radiation.
Anita talks about day-to-day life while undergoing treatment and offers practical advice, like "Drink the Water!"
She also shares insights about things that maybe the doctors didn't fully explain, such as "You'll probably lose your taste for chicken," and recounts personal stories on both the right and wrong way to offer help to loved ones undergoing cancer treatment.

A Practical Guide for Caregivers Dealing with Dementia & Alzheimer's Care

Nearly five million families deal with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia on a daily basis. They do this with little training, and often only their good intentions guide them. When Reasoning No Longer Works is the training manual these family caregivers have been searching for.Written by a Gerontologist with more than twenty years of experience, this reference gives the reader an easy to understand view of what dementia does to the brain, how it is diagnosed, and most importantly, how to deal with its effects.