…for just about anything. Including bad weather. Which is coming for some of us.
Here’s something timely: On the Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, tells readers September is National Preparedness Month. Among tips for being prepared for severe weather or a natural disaster are organize your finances, prepare your home, plan for your pets and sign up for alerts and warnings in your area.
Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com delves into ways to create a relaxation room in your home or office. With all the craziness going on it’s important to have a place to get away and chill out even if it’s only for a few minutes. Why not prepare one?
Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting is, and has been for as long as she can remember, a political observer. She is fascinated by politics and politicians–the good, the bad and the ugly. She tries to find humor in the political landscape, and at times that is not difficult to do. This week she writes You Can’t Make This Stuff Up, an article in an occasional series – Countdown to the Presidential Election – and she hopes readers find it amusing.
Last week was Women’s Health Week, time to make your health your #1priority. Many of us take care of our physical health but forget about our me mental health. Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond looks at the importance of Putting ‘Me’ back into Mental Health.
Tom Sightings has done some research this week and identified several New Trends in Retirement that come from the University of Michigan Retirement Research Center. Also, remember that Sightings Over Sixty offers a list of various retirement resources at the bottom of the blog, including academic, commercial and media sources. His list of “More Resources” is a good place to start to answer any of your retirement questions and help you prepare..
While New England dipped into the cool fall temperatures, Jennifer, of Unfold And Begin, decided to dip into an old post. Here is a short throwback from September of 2017, The Air Is Full Of Smells where Jennifer shares her ambivalence towards September.