Blogging Boomers today. It’s a great group of bloggers and a great group of Baby Boomer blog posts today–take a look:
This week Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting writes about a milestone in America’s history that occurred over a century ago. The event impacted our lifestyle and changed the country’s landscape. Read about the event here in Car Car C-A-R.
Tom Sightings demonstrates in his post Hangin’ Out at Exit 0 that you can hold down a part time job, and not let it get in the way of having some fun in retirement.
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes that Tuesday was National Voter Registration Day. If you’re not registered or have moved since you last voted, go to the website of the U.S. League of Women Voters, www.VOTE411.org, to find information on the procedures in your state for registering or changing your address. We all know it’s important to vote in the presidential election this year, but Robison recommends researching all the offices on the ballot so you can vote for the best candidates. Many states also have important ballot issues up for voter approval, too.
How do you know when you’re finally home after a big move? When you get your first great haircut in your new home, of course! Laura Lee Carter at Adventures of the New Old Farts tells us all about it.
Even at our age, destiny can come calling: hard, insistent knocks. Yes, even now. And that’s what I’m talking about right here. And I’ve got a beautiful way to start and end each day– maybe even life-changing. Right here.