You’re in your 50s or 60s and have saved nothing or not nearly enough to retire. You don’t want to be blamed or shamed about it. What you want to know is whether there’s anything you can do now to intercept the precarious financial path you’re on. The author takes a serious look at aging and ageism within our culture, by using herself and her history. She discusses issues and poses questions to help navigate these tough issues and concerns of one of the largest cultural groups in our country today -- those of us becoming senior citizens and living well. This is not only a topic for those near retirement or planning for retirement, but also for our younger GOGs with parents who are now in retirement or approaching it.