Don't worry, this post is NOT about suicide.This post IS about life and what our lives are or could be.At this point in our lives, many of us boomers are evaluating our lives and wondering if we are truly living the lives we want to live. Show More Summary
An American boomer mixes business with pleasure in Havana. The post A baby boomer volunteers in Cuba appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
India, Syria, Lebanon, the Philippines and the United States. Those are the countries of origin represented at our neighbor's home where we had dinner and wine on a recent Saturday night. Although we mostly avoided political conversation, we did talk about life and culture in these various countries.Of the nine people there, five are immigrants. Show More Summary
Larry Lefkowitz ponders what becomes of our accumulated knowledge when we die. The post One baby boomer reflects Beyond The End appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Sesame Street, the long-lasting TV series for children, debuted the same year Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. So it is no understatement to say, it has had some impact on us as baby boomers, and surely on our kids [...] The post Sesame Street: as meaningful to boomers as to anyone else appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Grand Cayman - a Caribbean getaway - suffers environmental, commercial blight. The post A paradise for baby boomers … which isn’t lasting forever appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
My family's weekend rituals during my pre-teen years included Saturday morning grocery shopping, afternoon lawn care, dinner and some television watching. Sunday started with church, then a tasty breakfast from a neighborhood bakery, reading the Sunday newspaper, a Sunday drive in the city or country or a visit to a grandparent's house. Show More Summary
Some boomers’ memories fade... but rarely the first kiss. The post A baby boomer’s complicated first kiss appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Research shows many baby boomers prefer mountains, lakes, and forests to live. The post Where are we baby boomers preferring to live? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Warm Italian meatballs swimming in tangy marinara sauce fills the bowl, covering al dente rigatoni. Garlic bread sits at the edge of the plate, still steaming from from its tenure in the oven moments ago. The white and red place setting is flanked by a fork, a knife and a glass of fine Chianti Classico.Ok, so that's what my teasing brain sees. Show More Summary
Julie Gorges offers advice to boomers to help your grandchildren through a divorce. The post Boomers helping grandkids through a divorce appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Air travel's evolution from the luxury car to the cattle car. The post A boomer’s take on terminal travel appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Marsh Rose is happier without a watch or new-fangled personal time device. The post How a boomer stopped watching her watch appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Duke Diercks in Idaho has come up with a streamlined method to write a book. The post From a boomer who found happiness at the keyboard appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
It’s like trying to tell a stranger about rock and roll. The post Who could have seen the Beatles coming? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Hillary Clinton started to believe the polls, her advisors and some in the media. She, like many of us, didn't really think Mr. Orange could actually win the election. She also forgot that her arrogance could be her downfall. She forgot...Show More Summary
Through a clever story comes a new book about the influence of Vietnam on the boomer generation. The post Remembering a war that helped shape baby boomers appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Many ultra left wing liberal Democrat friends post things on Facebook that basically say all Republicans are wrong, everything a Republican says is stupid, immoral and will lead to the demise of our great country.Many ultra right wing...Show More Summary
Silvana Clark shares how to live an exciting life abroad and almost at no cost. The post Boomers sampling so many places abroad, almost for free appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Retirement transition expert Sara Geber's advice on the next stage of life. The post How “Solo Agers” Age appeared first on BoomerCafe.