If you want to keep up with the kids, the grandchildren, old friends, becoming more tech smart is a necessity.
Ann Brenoff gives tips to cheer up baby boomer job chances.
Linda Myers says online dating works if you do it right.
We are in Houston this weekend visiting Susan’s Mom and sister. We are staying with Susan’s Mom. She lives in a beautiful senior independent living facility. It is quite interesting and a wake-up call to be around so many folks who are 15-25 years older than I. Show More Summary
Don Edwards can finally say he's proud to be from Charleston, South Carolina.
Art Koff of RetiredBrains.com delivers practical advice.
I hope that most baby boomers who are close to retirement have developed a fundamental understanding of the “sequence of returns” risk as it applies to their retirement security. In a nutshell, the sequence of returns risk tells us that...Show More Summary
Roxanne Jones say hearing loss can affect your sex life. So listen up!
I spent Independence Day weekend with four generations of a family that is close to me. The age range was a few months to 82. One was celebrating an 80th birthday.A few more statistics: three Democrats and 30+ Republicans. Two Marines. Show More Summary
Writer and editor Alan Paul is a man of lists. This is his Life’s Greatest Pleasures.
Certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach Rashelle Brown says just get moving!
Writer Roz Warren sees many baby boomers aging with vitality.
Bad ass music legends shedding tears over being honored, then playing their signature songs. That’s how I’d describe the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame special I’ve been watching on HBO for the last two hours. It reminds me why I love music, all music, all forms of music. Show More Summary
Writer Carrier Slocomb's new book takes place in 1640 off Rhode Island’s Narragansett coast.
Boomers Carol and Paul Viau share great travel ideas.
One of the musical groups every baby boomer remembers is The Beach Boys. They were Fun, Fun, Fun (til her Daddy took the T-Bird away). Well now there’s a movie about the founder of this mostly family rock group, and [...]
I called the national Social Security phone line last week to discuss survivor benefits. (More on that later.) Of course, the person I spoke with could not actually process my claim. Instead, he had to schedule a future telephone appointment to do that, with my local Social Security office. Show More Summary
Best selling author Daniel Silva shares an excerpt from his 15th thriller, The English Spy.
Mencer Donahue Edwards grew up attending Charleston's historic Emmanuel A.M.E. Church.
Writer Eric Mondschein recalls a time when TV was new and cartoons were good.