Summer is approaching in the Seattle area where I live. Although the nights are still chilly, we’re having some warm days.
That prompts me to get my garden planted. Since the danger of freezing is past, I can plant my tomatoes now. Also, I’ve been in Spain for a vacation, so I couldn’t begin planning peas, bean, and other possible early items.
I love growing organic vegetables. When my garden isn’t producing, I get them from the local co-ops. Some supermarkets are offering organic vegetables and other products now. I can even get some at Costco.
Boomers are always interested in health, especially how to remain healthy as they age. It’s a theme that boomers are writing about in recent blogs:
In her article “The Golden Girls Comes to Life in Housing Sharing Trend,” Amy Blitchok of the Modern Senior reports that more and more boomer women are living together. Not only does having roommates ease financial burdens, it also offers a whole host of other benefits that can improve quality of life. As more is learned more about the direct relationship between declining health and isolation, having roommates seems like a simple and practical solution. Visit the Modern Senior to learn more and read some firsthand accounts of baby boomer roommate success stories.