Is this the new normal? Blogging now from our hometown of Rochester, NY, where we've decided to wait out the pandemic. After a promising early experience with controlling the pandemic, our beloved California is now worst in the nation. Since we are finishing a second home in Rochester, we've . . .
So much has changed over the past month. The world as we knew it is gone. What comes next is anyone's guess. Our blogging Boomers share what's on their mind this week in our roundup of posts. This week, you'll find ideas for ways to cope with our strange new world. COPING WITH ANXIETY: FREE . . .
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 . . .
The leaves may not be changing yet, but the signs are there....change is in the air! Do you feel it yet? Maybe it’s too early…but fall’s coming to New England and Laurie Stone from Musings, Rants & Scribbles is happy. Yes, spring is lovely and summer’s fun. Even old man winter has his icy . . .
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 . . .
...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, . . .