NEWCASTLE, Australia (PRWEB) July 18, 2016
In her new memoir, “Out of the Fog: Adventures through Lifestyle Change” (published by Balboa Press AU), author Alana Henderson describes her journey from the turbulence of concurrent major illnesses – stroke, cancer and diabetes – through numerous adventures and challenges to build a confident, healthy, exciting and quality life.
“The book challenges (health professionals) to apply best practice and creativity rather than limiting their knowledge in day-to-day work tasks,” says Henderson. “This includes learning from health and educational models where everyone wins.”
As a baby boomer, Henderson questions stereotypical images and expectations of people as they age, especially in the face of major illnesses. The book provides a strong basis on which to proceed into the next phase of one’s life with health, fitness, confidence, enthusiasm and creativity.
An excerpt from “Out of the Fog”:
My determination to continually test the limits was the catalyst for me to feel the joy of success across the various challenges that I encountered. I took up the options that felt good for me, and ran headlong with them. I learned new ways to cope with the turbulent waters. I always focused my thoughts positively on finding alternatives, to achieve outcomes that were far higher than I could ever have imagined or planned.
About the Author
Alana Henderson has worked for many years as an adult educator, public speaker and editor. She lives in New South Wales. More information is available at http://www.alanahenderson.com.au/.
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