I've got some fall reading potpourri for you--posts on a variety of topics written by my favorite Boomer bloggers! Laurie Stone of Musings, Rants, & Scribbles knew Salem, Massachusetts might be spooky, but this was ridiculous. She and her mom had originally booked into the town's inn for a . . .
Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com was suffering from neck and shoulder tension from sitting at her computer and it was driving her nuts. She found some solutions to feel better she wanted to share in case you have a pain in the neck too. It can really be debilitating. The political scene has . . .
Tom, the blogmaster of Sightings Over Sixty, decided to get self-reflective this week. He wonders: are baby boomers leaving the world a better place than we found it, with better technology, a solid economy, and more peace, tolerance and love? Or are we shortchanging our children and grandchildren . . .
Some crazy weather this past week, no? I hope everyone is safe and warm. It's the Best of Baby Boomer Blogs today, and I'm lucky enough to have a broad range of topics to offer in this week's selection of winter reading. So enjoy! The Boomer Time Machine Here's one you'll like: What brands do you . . .
I saw this in a vintage shop on Kauai and it brought back such memories! If you're also a Boomer, you'll appreciate what these Baby Boomer bloggers are sharing in this post. And if you're not? You'll STILL appreciate the great info. Read on! Do you love holiday lights as much as I do? Tom Sightings . . .
Dark days, dark days. It's been a terrible and tragic week and one in which self-care becomes even more important. I know that I can't take much more of this horrific atmosphere in our country. As I write this it's hard to think about anything other than the families of victims of the most recent . . .
...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 . . .
I'm happy to report that in boomer life, the beat goes on. And keeps on going! I've taken a mental trip back to the 1960s when I made candles using wax and crayon color poured in milk cartons. Only now, i'm making more formal candles with embedded crystals and flowers. They're absolutely gorgeous, . . .
Let's immerse ourselves in some inspiration and helpful information from our featured Baby Boomer bloggers today. So let's start with We take time to look after our physical health but sometimes we forget that our mental and spiritual health are just as important. May was Mental Health Month and . . .
It's that time again--Boomers share useful information, wisdom and just plain interesting thoughts. Here's what's on Boomer minds these days: On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about how a review of your medications with your pharmacist can save . . .