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Baby boomers comment on covid-19 restrictions and other things going on in their lives

Virus-Woman in Face Mask Black-and-White Photo 4971922_1920It’s week 18 of covid-19 restrictions for many of us. I dawned on me the second week in March that I should be staying home. I had been walking in the mall during the winter, but I thought heading there wouldn’t be wise. I’d ride my stationary bicycle for exercise instead until the weather warmed up.

Most of my baby boomer friends are still feeling the effects of about four months of restricted behavior.

They’re writing about:

  • How we’re staying in touch during the crisis.
  • One way to cope is undertaking projects previously put on hold.
  • How an essay written a year ago, about vacationing with adult children, left a blogger nostalgic. So much has changed since then.
  • Whether Joe Biden’s economic plan is good for retirees.
  • A conversation with a cop about Black Lives Matter, policing, and violence.

Jennifer Koshak of Unfold and Begin writes about these articles in the Best of Boomer Blogs #659. Click here to get the links to the articles. And be sure to join in the conversations. Boomer bloggers love to hear from readers.

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