Baby boomer bloggers offer advice on aging well
January 28, 2014
Tom Sightings of Sightings From Sixty is the host for this week’s Best of Boomer Blogs #342.
In “It’s Snowing Advice,” Sightings describes what boomer bloggers have to say about getting older, something everyone – including a baby boomer – does.
Martin Rice of fifty2ninety.com is a language lover, and as such, simply can’t stand euphemisms such as “Male Menopause.”
Karen D. Austin at The Generation Above Me offers a window into Joseph Campbell and the power of myth with a discussion of the phrase "follow your bliss."
Amy Blitchok of Modern Senior asks whether new mobility technology is trying to reinvent the wheel with her article “Is a Smart Walker a Smart Idea or Technology Overkill?”
Sitings went to a fundraiser over the weekend for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, and learned that Guiding Eyes has expanded its mission to include providing companion dogs for children with autism.
On my blog, I write about whether consumers should use their credit cards less due to security issues after the massive Target hacking, and 10 top tips for reducing the chemicals used in the home to improve health.
Be sure to take a look at this snowstorm of advice for boomers. And, tune in again next week to see what boomer bloggers are writing about.
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