Author April Tiang Shares Wholesome Insights on How to Age Properly

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“Age Does Not Define Me” is a beneficial book that passionately discusses the correlation between self image and physical health

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Author April Tiang educates readers about the importance of holistic wellness and how one can achieve a state of balance in life in her insightful and inspirational book, Age Does Not Define Me. This wonderful volume opens one’s mind into the realities of the world and how he can maneuver his way into a positive, optimistic and healthy lifestyle, as well as a more meaningful and open outlook in life.

This book may contain some general information that some may have already known. What makes this work outstanding is the way the ideas are processed and presented to its readers. The manner in which these thoughts are articulated will definitely etch an indelible mark within one’s subconscious, allowing one to ponder and reflect on his life and how he can relate to the personal experiences and specific examples set by the author. A core-shaking and powerful literary masterpiece, Age Does Not Define Me teaches self-empowering techniques to those who suffer from body-image disturbance, low self confidence and physical insecurities.

From discussing weight issues, which the author herself have struggled with, to explaining the workings of the human body and all the way into exploring the importance of maintaining a healthy physical appearance, which is not only limited to aesthetic purposes but mainly to experience a more convenient and hassle-free daily life as well as to enhance self-esteem and confidence, this book is a useful foundation for building a stable ground on which one stands on.

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About the Author
April Tiang, MBA, is a Certified and Chartered Accountant, trained in London and worked extensively around the world, as a road warrior in Finance largely in the later part of her career. Like most career women with children, the pressures of excelling can often take a heavy toll on one’s family. One of her children has dyslexia and mild learning disability. She felt that she did not have the luxury of choice to leave her children to fend in a competitive environment, and still believe that all will turn out well. She raised and guided them in the way she knew, firm and discipline initially, and gradually as growing adults with values she believed in. She shared the challenges in overcoming each child’s needs in helping them achieve their own dreams. Both went to universities, one in University of New South Wales in Sydney and one graduated recently with double majors from Monash University in Melbourne.

Age Does Not Define Me * by April Tiang
I do!
Publication Date: June 30, 2012
eBook; AU$3.99; 978-1-4771-1534-3

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