How are you celebrating the holidays? I won’t say we Boomers are partying like we used to, but we’ve still got a lot of life–and a lot to say in this compilation of great Boomer blogs.
GREAT CONSUMER ADVICE
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about the rollback of net neutrality rules. Robison hopes lawsuits by attorneys general against the move will be successful and thinks FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was just plain wrong to dress up in a Santa Claus suit for a video in which he mocked opponents to his plan.
She also alerts consumers that they should check out the privacy policies of different companies if they decide to send their DNA in to get information about their ancestry and/or genetic markers for medical conditions. (Note from Carol: This is exactly what we did before we decided to use our DNA kits.)
BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR RESOLUTIONS….
Chances are you’ll fail if you don’t plan for your future. No matter what your age, you should continually be setting new goals to achieve even if those goals are to travel or play with your grandchildren more. In this compilation post, Chances Are You’ll Fail, Jennifer of Unfold And Begin shares the tools that she uses to plan for her future.
CITY vs COUNTRY LIFE
A visit from a Denver Post reporter who is researching rural versus city life in Colorado, led to many thoughts from writer Laura Lee Carter on how much life has changed for her since leaving city life behind, and more importantly how living in nature has changed her.
BORED IN RETIREMENT? NOT EXACTLY….
In his post From Bored … to the Front Bottoms Tom Sightings reflects on the difference between being bored in retirement, and leading a busy but boring life. That and … a tip for those mailing packages this Christmas … and a sample of a song with a lyric that might ring a bell
AND IF YOU’RE TRAVELING
Taking a trip during the holidays and want to save a few bucks? Rebecca Olkowski writes about How to Make Smart Decisions About Holiday Travel for People 50+ and how you can take advantage of your AARP member perks.
The holidays aren’t merry for some and over at A Healing Spirit I offer some ideas to manage for a day (or every day). Some easy-to-implement ways to manage a more difficult holiday. Maybe you’d like to add your own tips in the Comments.
I’ve also extended my sale of healing and condolence gifts for those who are struggling. An amazing value that includes free US shipping.