Award-winning Interior Designer Mitzi Beach recently released her new book "Boomer e Boomers shift into retirement, they once aSmarts Boomer Power" in both print and Kindle editions. In this book, Mitzi gives a voice to the most powerful generation.
Award-winning Interior Designer Mitzi Beach recently released her new book "Boomer e Boomers shift into retirement, they once aSmarts Boomer Power" in both print and Kindle editions. In this book, Mitzi gives a voice to the most powerful generation that's ever lived in America. Just as this generation shaped America as teenagers, as young adults and as middle-aged parents, Mitzi believes the Boomers can shape America once again. As thgain must find their POWER as a group and create change in our society by using their SMARTS.
The acronym SMARTS in this book stands for "Spaces, Mindsets, Attitudes, Routines, Togetherness and Spirituality" and encourages the Boomers to "live their best for the rest of their lives" by achieving better life balance.
"Without a doubt, I believe that aging better for Boomers involves being prepared in our homes, our health, and in our attitudes," Mitzi says. "We need to be proactive in demanding our futures look different and not simply reactive expecting the same pattern of aging as what other generations have experienced."
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Mitzi Beach (ASID, CAPS) is an award-winning Interior Designer, Author and Baby Boomer Marketing & Lifestyle Specialist. Mitzi, armed with 30+ years' experience and a masters degree in interior design—along with key industry certifications—is ready to do battle with the elephant in the room: the "Silver Tsunami" ready to hit the United States of America.
The largest & wealthiest demographic in this country is aging. An estimated 12,500 Boomers turn 50 every day, causing unquestionable changes to Social Security, Medicare and, of course, housing. Mitzi firmly believes the Boomers can and must be the generation that changes the way we age in this country and her unique combination of education, expertise and experience—even the Aging in Place principles evidenced throughout her own "Living Lab" home, called Cypress—make her the ideal candidate to lead that charge.
Mitzi's speaking experience includes the Antique & Design Center at High Point Furniture Market, national and regional presentations for the National Kitchen & Bath Association and more.
Learn more about Mitzi at http://mitzibeach.com