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I’m the host for this week’s Best of Boomer Blogs #330.

Halloween Spider Web in YardAs the days get shorter, the weather gets colder, and Halloween approaches, baby boomer blogger offer suggestions on how to improve your quality of life.

Are you feeling just a little run down? Out of sorts, and not at your best? Then take a hike over to Sightings Over Sixty where you, too, can learn How to Feel Better in a Few Easy Steps.

Millions of boomers are being forced to retire before they planned to. How are they coping? Much like the Midlife Crisis Queen, one day at a time.

Be sure to stop by Modern Senior and weigh in with your thoughts on this week’s post “What Is the #1 Health Risk Among the Elderly? You Might Be Surprised.” While seniors in particular suffer from a variety of physical ailments, there’s one main factor that can not only cause, but also exacerbate, common diseases. Think you know what it is?

It's open enrollment for Medicare Part D – prescription plans – from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. Now is a good time to learn about the problem of polypharmacy, which The Generation Above Me describes in a post

So Baby Boomer asks, "What is that thing called love?" Why is it that so few couples seem to have found the secret to keeping love alive after the wedding?

The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide offers information on reviewing your Medicare health and drug coverage during Fall Open Enrollment.

Be sure to stop by next week to see what boomer bloggers are writing about.

Copyright 2013, Rita R. Robison, Consumer Specialist


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Karen D. Austin

Thanks! Very cool picture.


Hi Karen,

I was out doorbelling and was able to get a lot of great photos of Halloween decorations. I also took some photos of real spider webs. Although not as startling as this one, they are pretty good.


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