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Boomers grew up in the midst of the plastic money world

BoomerCafé's David Henderson on today's very risky plastic money world. The post Boomers grew up in the midst of the plastic money world appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Eight secrets of boomers who exercise regularly

Certified physical trainer Linda Melone gets baby boomers moving. The post Eight secrets of boomers who exercise regularly appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Three life lessons for baby boomers from TV in the ‘50s

Writer Kathleen Bailey finds meaningful role models from characters in early TV shows. The post Three life lessons for baby boomers from TV in the ‘50s appeared first on BoomerCafe.

More baby boomers explore a gluten-free diet to feel better

One trend many boomers have in common is a quest for healthier lifestyles and better eating habits. The post More baby boomers explore a gluten-free diet to feel better appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Boomers find new second lives as “ambassadors”

Silvana Clark and husband drive the country and have fun as Brand Ambassadors The post Boomers find new second lives as “ambassadors” appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Baby boomers witness changes in culture, customs

Poet Harriet Shenkman considers the bagel... The Schmear. The post Baby boomers witness changes in culture, customs appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A baby boomer turns Hard Times into Good Times

Fred Parker has achieved a sort of fame in his hometown by serving outstanding chili. The post A baby boomer turns Hard Times into Good Times appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A baby boomer becomes a grandma

Author Donne Davis in Menlo Park, CA, writes of being a grandparent. The post A baby boomer becomes a grandma appeared first on BoomerCafe.

One boomer’s memories of her 1960s TV Dream House

Our friend Erin O’Brien in California fondly remembers all the clever TV homes. The post One boomer’s memories of her 1960s TV Dream House appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Author Eileen Fleming remembers John Lennon

BoomerCafé is not a religious website. And what you’re about to read from central Florida author Eileen Fleming is not a religious piece. Unless you consider the legacy of the Beatles a religion. Which as she points out, in a [...] The post Author Eileen Fleming remembers John Lennon appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Successful boomer novelist rekindles spirit of Steinbeck

A baby boomer's “life-story” we like. The post Successful boomer novelist rekindles spirit of Steinbeck appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A famous boomer who knows about perseverance and pain

66-year-old Bonnie Raitt continues to sing about life, and she's going strong. The post A famous boomer who knows about perseverance and pain appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Baby boomer finds ageism in millennial workplace

Journalist Dan Lyons explains how tech outfit HubSpot claims spam is "lovable." The post Baby boomer finds ageism in millennial workplace appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Boomer experiences ageism in millennial workplace

Journalist Dan Lyons reveals how tech outfit HubSpot explains away clogging your Inbox with spam. The post Boomer experiences ageism in millennial workplace appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A baby boomer stepped into millennial workplace and hated it

Journalist Dan Lyons reveals how tech outfit HubSpot explains away clogging your Inbox with spam. The post A baby boomer stepped into millennial workplace and hated it appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Does a baby boomer still have to be cool?

Writer Peter Gerstenzang tackles whether we've still got the right stuff, and who cares. The post Does a baby boomer still have to be cool? appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Baby boomers keep working, playing, thinking, learning

Larry Checco tells us of one of his favorite ways to spend time: at Chez Mitzi’s. The post Baby boomers keep working, playing, thinking, learning appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A baby boomer for whom “roughing it” is a non-starter

Author Linda Myers is increasing in love with creature comforts. The post A baby boomer for whom “roughing it” is a non-starter appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A baby boomer finds humor being betwixt and between

Baby boomer Jerry Zezima, the humor columnist for his hometown paper in Connecticut, the Stamford Advocate, has a unique take on the early sixties. Not the decade, the age. He wrote it for BoomerCafé and calls it “One for the [...] The post A baby boomer finds humor being betwixt and between appeared first on BoomerCafe.

A boomer asks, Are TV ads making you sick?

Remember the good old days of TV commercials? Someone stood in front of a refrigerator (probably avocado-colored) and showed you how it looks inside. Or they pulled a wristwatch off a wet propeller and showed you how it still was [...] The post A boomer asks, Are TV ads making you sick? appeared first on BoomerCafe.

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