We have updated our Privacy Policy Please take a moment to review it. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the terms of our updated Privacy Policy.

Those of us in midlife are facing a dilemma: We are going through a period of multiple life-altering changes all at the same time – at work, at home and within.

More of us are being made redundant than ever before, just when we need it the least. More of us are becoming self-employed. More of us are experiencing losses of status and crises of self-confidence – and that was before COVID-19! Our relationships with our partners, our parents and our children are all entering new phases. Meanwhile, half of us are also going through the menopause. Yet we are healthier and more vibrant than previous generations – and we are living longer. Much longer. We are 50 years young, not 50 years old.

But more importantly, we don’t know where or who to turn to for help. If the thought of consulting a ‘life coach’ makes you twitch involuntarily, but you want more than impenetrable financial advice from an IFA – this book is for you. Award-winning author Campbell Macpherson and yoga therapist co-author Jane Macpherson will help you embrace these changes and come out on top.

From dealing with seemingly ubiquitous ageism and starting your own business to building resilience, finding a financial adviser you can trust and learning from professional athletes who are forced to ‘retire’ in their early thirties, the Macphersons show that your ‘Part Two’ isn’t about retirement or ageing; it’s about change and how you turn it to your advantage. You: Part Two is the must-read guide to thriving in the second half of your life.

Reviews

Forget the cardigan and slippers and buy this instead. A clear-headed, invigorating and inspiring guide to the rest of your life
<b>Kirsty Young</b>
Campbell and Jane have translated midlife anxiety into a calm playbook. Embracing life's transitions with positivity can be a game-changer
<b>Jeremy Snape, former England cricketer and founder of Sporting Edge<b>
This book gets straight to the heart of what we all need to find fulfilment, joy and purpose in the second half of life: a pause to focus energy, embrace change and overcome fears. An essential, life-enhancing read
<b>Celia Dodd, author of <i>Not Fade Away: How to Thrive in Retirement</i></b>