“Lady Boomers” is a term for female baby boomers who were born between 1946 and 1964. Whether corporate managers, administrative assistants earning middle-class wages, stay-at-home grandmas, or international travelers, those in their 50s and 60s need – and deserve – something to lighten their lives after a long, demanding day. And here it is, a semi-fictional memoir with a lot of humor. Topics include self-esteem, dating, finances, parenting adult children, conflict, friendship and more, intertwined with feelings of being very ordinary, “just average,” and past the prime. Even though the readers’ experiences won’t be exactly the same as Allison Seaborn’s, their odysseys – “a long wandering or series of travel” – will resonate with the emotions and questions you have in common. Allison points out that fun is a personal responsibility. “It’s up to you to choose to feel good about yourself,” she insists. By consciously applying mental adjustments, such as changing “bad’itudes” – bad attitudes – into “glad’itudes” – positive attitudes, life can be easier and richer.