About the book:
Everyone reaches a place in life where concerns or conflicts have raised hurdles—either low or high—in their path. It can be easy to lose your footing during life’s most challenging times. Obstacles such as health issues, financial concerns, and family troubles, as well as life-changing events such as marriage, divorce, new careers, relocating, and even the death of a loved one can leave us feeling off balance and without focus or hope.Renowned radio host and health, fitness, and beauty expert Jane Wilkens Michael’s Better Than Before program is designed to help you get your life back on track, no matter what it is that’s pulling you astray. With nine achievable rungs covering the most important aspects of physical and emotional wellness, Long Live You! will motivate and inspire you to live your life to the fullest.Whether you’re hoping to make positive health decisions, improve your emotional well-being, establish a support system, find your creativity, reconnect with your spirituality, or simply give something back to your community and the world, Jane Wilkens Michael will help you realign your life and discover your Better Than Before.
Through her nationally syndicated radio show, lifestyle columns, and sports nutrition book, Jane Wilkens Michael has helped millions of readers and listeners become “Better Than Before.” An innovative program that is designed to enlighten, empower, and improve your everyday life, “Better Than Before” features nine simple lifestyle “Rungs,” replete with beauty, health, and wellness advice, that work synergistically to relax, replenish, and rejuvenate the body, mind, and spirit. Jane began her career creating the monthly “Beauty Talk” column for “Town & Country” magazine, and she has gone on to contribute her columns and articles to an extensive list of renowned publications, newspapers, and websites. Her weekly radio program can be heard on Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio Talk. Jane is the author of “Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner of Champions,” originally published in the “New York Times.” “Better Than Before” is her first book with Spry Publishing.