Save Save Boom! You can still see some of these vintage bugs so familiar to Baby Boomers on the road--the real thing--and it always reminds me of my younger days. It's my favorite time of the week--when Baby Boomers blog about what's on their mind these days. Today's post has helpful medical . . .
Close your eyes...transport yourself back to our youth....and then focus on this evocative image. Oh, that iconic VW van! It sure brings back memories! I'm not sure it was the kinder, gentler time of my fantasy but it certainly was a unique era. But on to reality. Some Boomer bloggers have stuff to . . .
After you've read some helpful and serious posts. I have a treat for you. The last post takes us back visually to the 1960s and it should bring back memories. Boy, I can totally relate to this: The constant bombardment of 24/7 news, especially since the ascension of the current President of the . . .
It’s that time—Boomer bloggers sharing their latest happenings. Happenings. That’s a Boomer word, right? A major benefit of being retired is the time to travel. On the other hand seniors are acutely aware of their finite cash reserves, and therefore are always interested in a bargain. The National . . .
It's that time again: blogs by Boomers. And for Boomers. But you know what? Other age groups will enjoy the diversity of topics covered and maybe even the (ahem) elder wisdom they contain. Like me, Meryl Baer loves travel --it's one of her passions. The Six Decades and Counting blogger is currently . . .
Remember these VW vans? They were ubiquitous in the Sixties andI remember them well! Today, our Best of Boomers crew is sharing tips, tricks, wisdom and even a smile or two. On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about how often you should change the . . .
Some good reading for you this weekend, even as the world spins in crazy ways. Dig in to a variety of interesting posts from Boomer blogs. Figuring out what to do about heart problems is complicated. On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about a report . . .
NOTHING REALLY CHANGES, DOES IT? The Republican Party obsession with birth control and abortion reminded Meryl Baier of Six Decades of Counting that, as a history major, one thing you learn is that some things never change. Including human behavior. Birth control has been a Concern/obsession of . . .
It's that time again: a group of us who love boomer blogging are doing our thing with content that anyone can enjoy--even if you're not a Baby Boomer. Adventures in the Colorado outback, that's what Laura Lee Carter and her husband are up to and she's talking about it to help feed your own . . .
Today’s hackers are attacking a variety of products – such as internet-connected cameras and refrigerators –YES! REFRIGERATORS! -- and using them to create havoc on the Internet. Or, as it's called now, the Internet of Things (IoT). Read consumer journalist Rita R. Robison's piece on The Survive and . . .