It’s that time of the week again–our Baby Boomer bloggers are sharing information you can put to use…and some laughter, as well….come visit!
Recently Laurie Stone and her mom had an urge to visit an old friend, a friend that always gives perspective to their lives. Her name is Lucy and she’s beautiful and regal and lives in a wooden outdoor hut in the back of the local Audubon society. Laurie always catches her breath in the presence of this injured but amazing Barred Owl.
Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com is ready to get back to normal life after the pandemic especially now that she has attained bionic status with her 2nd booster. Still, it is important to remain cautious. She shares her thoughts in Do You Feel Like a Bionic Person Yet?
Diane and her Husby are talking travel again. After a very, very long, Covid-necessitated absence. And all this talk has started bringing back memories…The view on the beach at Cancun was matchless….And far too memorable…
When Meryl Baer of Beach Boomer Bulletin’s hub was sidelined by surgery, he needed a way to pass the time. The answer – MeTV. Every afternoon he tuned into a nostalgic trip to the American West via four classic Weesterns, described in this week’s post Afternoons with MeTV.
Lifestyle choices such as eating a nutritious diet, getting proper sleep, and regularly exercising your body and brain are all steps individuals can take to promote brain health and wellness and potentially reduce their risk of developing a dementia-related illness. Check out these 10 healthy aging tips
on Rita R. Robison
, Consumer and Personal Finance Journalist.
Tom from Sightings Over Sixty
tells us that the other day his wife asked him to do something, follow up on some project he’d started but hadn’t finished. So he nodded to her and said, “Sure. In for a penny, in for a pound.” Whaaat? That led him in What Are We Saying?
to round up some other age-old bits of wisdom, advice, or just quirky expressions — and to see if you remember them, follow them, or perhaps can offer one or two of your own.
And then there’s me–explore anything you like from the wide variety of posts I offer on CarolCassara.com.
Enjoy our Boomer bloggers and have a wonderful week.