The life of singer David Cassidy has taken turns no one would have imagined. The post A baby boomer thanks a heartthrob appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Facebook is a much kinder, gentler corner of the Internet lately. At least it seems that way to me. It's probably because I have blocked regularly negative feeds, one at a time.No, I'm not afraid of reading views that are different from mine. Show More Summary
How can you live 67 years and yet not really know yourself? The post A baby boomer “aspie” shares his secret appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
How can you live 67 years and yet not really know yourself? The post A baby boomer comes out of the closet appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
The tall, black wrought iron fence was new but the small cottage was right there where it's always been, three doors from the corner. The house was wider than I remembered and the small porch was now a southern-style wraparound veranda. Show More Summary
Robb Lucy admits that his body is 65, but “my mind is still hanging around 21.” The post What legacy can a baby boomer leave behind? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Why are we often obsessed with the number we get when subtracting the year of our birth from the current year? Age is just a number, right? So what if you're 50, 54, 62, 67, 74, 100?I've been writing (whining) about age since the beginning of my blogging. Show More Summary
You might be youthful, and active, but do you want to stay that way? Here’s one way to do it. The post How to stay fit with a baby boomer fitness plan appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Many baby boomers are in big trouble when It comes to retirement. The post Why aren’t Baby Boomers confident about retirement? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Work/life, work/play, work/work/work.The strategy of finding a work/life balance is to not work so hard or so long each day that it interferes with the rest of your life. I'm balancing laughing with crying as I write this paragraph because it's 8 pm and I'm in my office at work. Show More Summary
Psychologist and author Diana Raab has found lifelong inspiration in poetry. The post How Poetry Has Affected One Boomer’s Life appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Research shows older adults generally are happier than their younger counterparts. The post Why a boomer’s decades after age 60 may be the best appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
A story that explores how open-minded we are about body art. The post The plane ride that changed a boomer’s mind about tattoos appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
A quiet voice deep in the background on one side whispers, "Do it. You've earned it." Another voice from deep on the other side whispers, "Don't do it. There's no real reason to do it."And so goes the simple, recurring conversation in...Show More Summary
Greg Dobbs writes that baseball is a game far more than just balls and bats. The post Boomers, baseball, and hot dogs: a love affair appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
They could only sit in certain designated seats in the back of the bus. There were separate designated water fountains, rest rooms and entrances to buildings for them. Some businesses denied them access or service. Signs indicting these...Show More Summary
When it comes to cybersecurity, baby boomers need to be aware. The post Do baby boomers really understand cybersecurity? appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Remembering Chuck Barris and the heyday of TV game shows. The post An iconic TV show with baby boomers at the heart of it appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.
Living in the past is not especially healthy but studying it can be interesting. Sometimes timelines can provide perspective or at least lead to "wow, I didn't know that."Here are a few timelines I find fascinating:The USA only had 48 states when most boomers were born. Show More Summary
Rifka Kreiter's personal account of her involvement in the Civil Rights movement. The post Adventures of a Child of The Sixties appeared first on BoomerCafe.com.