Wayne Morgan is treating everything in his life as if it’s the last time. The post Is this really a boomer’s last time? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Sunday drives and cross-country road trips were a memorable part of boomer life for many of us. You? Flying has been a dominating travel choice for the past few decades but driving was much more popular in the 60s and 70s. For more than ten years of my youth, my family of four took an annual road trip. Show More Summary
Baby boomer advisor Reiner Lomb on the value boomers still have to offer. The post Baby boomers can rise to meet the world’s deep needs appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Journals, diaries, resumes, letters, emails, birthday cards, job applications, car titles and photographs combine to form a record of our lives. We learn what we've done, where we've been and what we were thinking. I spent a recent Sunday afternoon engaged in the never-ending attempt to declutter my home office/studio/guest room. Show More Summary
Here's a boomer’s guide to long-haul flights and terrific trips. The post When baby boomers travel, try it in comfort! appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Twice in twenty-four hours a few weeks ago, the concept of film photography flashed into my world. The first occurred in a conversation with someone at work and the second was a story on the Today Show that focused on photography through...Show More Summary
Troubadour 77 innovates music reminiscent of the classic sounds of the 70s. The post New music that sounds like the music boomers love appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
I am spiritual but I'm not very religious. I do believe in a higher power but I'm not convinced the form is quite like the entity so many people are taught.Is there a God? Does God control everything? Is every action or circumstance "God's will"? I ask all three of these questions regularly. Show More Summary
California boomer Marsh Rose has been thinking about how to share life lessons. The post Are we boomers the best to give relationship advice? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
March 3, 2015 is a date in my life that is almost as important to me as my birthday. That is the day of my official Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. I first had symptoms a few years earlier but the neurologist was hesitant to call it MS yet. Show More Summary
Doreen Frick and husband Wes know that life comes with no guarantees. The post A baby boomer reflects on her own homelessness appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Yes... many small businesses are looking to hire baby boomers. The post Where small businesses are hiring baby boomers appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Wanderlust sends Carrie and Jack Janssen in a new direction every year. The post Baby boomers who give a new twist to snowbirding appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
What scares you? Ghosts? Walking alone on a dark street? Forgetting somebody's name? Dying before you're ready?The guy who holds the record for working at the local branch of my company the longest (more than 30 years) retired eighteen months ago, not long after his 70th birthday. Show More Summary
Kansas cattle rancher Larry Bryant and wife Marjorie celebrate life and family. The post A baby boomer’s take on the arc of life appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
New Jersey boomer Alan Paul is finding the right rhythm of retirement. The post For this baby boomer, “TI-I-I-IME” is definitely on his side appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
This month marks the 11th anniversary of my first blog post. Wow, I've been doing this for eleven years?!My first blog was all about being in my 50s. Through most of that decade I struggled with admitting my age. I still do, especially now that I've entered the next decade. Show More Summary
A Top 10 list, from Climate to Cost of Living. The post What are the best places globally for boomers to retire? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Kathy Bailey remembers her lasting impression of the "King of Rock 'N Roll." The post The way one baby boomer remembers Elvis appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Baby boomers can actively and positively work to control the risk. The post Six surprising ways for boomers to ward off heart attacks appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.