Technology for baby boomers? If you want a little help, here are some “must-haves" suggested by Dr. Alexis Abramson. The post Must-have technology for baby boomers to stay active appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
We have those special days to observe and remember special events. Jane Paznik-Bondarin recalls her father, Sam Paznik. The post A boomer celebrates the memory of her father who loved America appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
I am a most fortunate baby boomer because both of my parents are still in my life and relatively healthy. I should be so lucky if and when I reach their age! Today being Father’s Day, I wanted to write a little something about my Dad and mention just a few of the many ways [...] The post A Special Thanks to My Dad appeared first on Go To Retirement.
We all know the famous line credited to the late, great Bette Davis: “Old age ain’t no place for sissies, ”and oh… how right she was! Yet—being the modern with-it women we are—this is when we can start practicing the art of acceptance. Acceptance, fortunately, is a point of view and life is all about [...]Show More Summary
Father’s Day is with us. So it seems right today to honor dads. This is Harriet Harriet’s ode to her Immigrant Father. The post A boomer’s ode to her Immigrant Father on Father’s Day appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
Our generation has changed the world, hasn't it? From music to politics to morality (for better or worse). Well, now you can add a new category: health care. The post How baby boomers are changing America’s health care appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
The struggle to maintain weight affects many of us. This struggle is particularly important to baby boomers who potentially face a mountain of healthcare problems and their associated costs in retirement. The U.S. has the most expensive healthcare system in the world (but sadly not the best care) and the tide has still not turned. I [...]Show More Summary
Do you ever tell kids a story? Baby boomer Alex Bugaeff went one step further: he wrote a book about doing it: Pilgrims To Patriots, A Grandfather Tells The Story. The post A baby boomer grandfather tells the story appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
As baby boomer women, many of us well remember what life was like before the Women’s Movement. Although we probably didn’t recognize it at the time, our opportunities to create a life for ourselves without the support of a man were limited indeed. We couldn’t get credit on our own; careers were restricted by gender [...]Show More Summary
If someone asks you, "Are you ready for old age," you might say "Sure," because you don't understand the question. What they're really asking is, are you ready financially? The post Study Shows Boomers Not Ready For What’s Known as “Old Age” appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
So you’re in the market for commercial gas supply and you’re considering switching your supplier to see if you could benefit from a better deal and improved service. As a business owner, you want what’s best for your business across the board and that includes your energy supply. British Gas commercial gas supply is one [...]
It used to be that retirement meant lazy days, no stress and sufficient money to handle basic living expenses. However, thanks to the financial crises that destroyed investment accounts and the housing market, more retirees are in debt than every before. In fact, 44% of senior citizens carry some kind of debt, whether from a [...]
At BoomerCafé we like to promote boomer literature. You’ll be glad, when you read the background of The Asphalt Warrior. The post Keeping Boomer literature alive … literally appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
Every former Girl Scout worth her badges remembers the oft-repeated refrain: “Make new friends but keep the old… one is silver and the other gold.” And from the perspective of having lived well over fifty years on the planet, we understand this sentiment more than ever before. Old friendships truly are golden: priceless trips down [...]Show More Summary
Are you one of those boomers who's at the "downsizing" stage of life? In this original piece for BoomerCafé, David Gillaspie writes about the way some friends went about it -- and got themselves A Boomer House. The post How to Downsize and Get a Boomer House appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
At last, a major American company that sees the value of a baby boomer's experience! The post Baby boomer(angs): Retirees come back to work appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
It's the Summer season, which means a lot of baby boomers go out and see parts of the country far from home. That's what BoomerCafé publisher and co-founder David Henderson just did, and it was a cleansing experience... at the Grand Canyon. The post Renewal of Spirit and Inspiration at the Grand Canyon appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
There’s no doubt about it, people get people jobs—so, if you’re looking to find work, you’ll want to focus on the personal touch. The vast majority of your efforts should be in contacting anyone and everyone in your network. Let them know your job search goals, the companies you’re targeting, and how they might help. [...]Show More Summary
Baby boomer and "life transformation facilitator" Suna Senman believes we still don't necessarily see ourselves as we really are. She believes, Life Begins At 50. The post Suna Senman: Embrace it or not, Life Begins at 50 appeared first on BoomerCafé.com.
I am a devoted e-book reader, primarily via Kindle edition of books I can download from Amazon or an online library using the Kindle reader app. I look for sales and bargains in reading categories of interest to me. Today I learned about two free e-books that you might be interested in, both published by [...]Show More Summary