70 Things to Do When You Turn 70

One of the greatest fears about becoming older is that of becoming bored with life. Everyone will admit that as one becomes older so the body experiences more aches and pains and the senior is no longer able to do everything that they could do at age twenty-four. There are however still plenty of exciting and challenging things that someone who is reaching their seventieth birthday can do. The secret to longevity is to continue to challenge the mind and the body and give the person opportunities to have meaningful and challenging experiences.

This book “70 Things to Do When You Turn 70” edited by Ronnie Sellers is just such a source of inspiration. In it, Sellers features the experiences of various well-known celebrities who have reached and passed their seventieth birthday and still found mental and physical stimulation. There are extracts from biographies, anecdotes and actual interviews, especially for this book. The editor even includes extracts from the speech Mark Twain gave on the occasion of his seventieth birthday giving the secrets of his own interesting longevity.

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This is the perfect gift for anyone who is about to reach their seventieth birthday or who is already in their seventies. It is a book to give the reader the encouragement they need to branch out and do the things that they have always wanted to do but were afraid of being told they were too old.

Being seventy years old is a special milestone for men and women and both genders have interests and ambitions that must not be stifled by society’s ignorance. There is always a chance of the senior becoming depressed about being seventy, but hopefully, this book will give the reader some ideas to make life more exciting.


This book is a great way of getting the seniors in our society to live exciting and meaningful lives.

The book includes actual experiences of celebrity seniors who have reached their seventieth birthday and beyond

It will teach the senior to think outside the box and do those things that seventy-year-olds are not meant to do


A lot of the example experiences given by the celebrities are completely impractical for the ordinary person, who is on a modest income and lives somewhere not so comfortable as California or Florida