A film starring Dustin Hoffman sparks lessons we baby boomers learn and share.
There’s a belief that it’s all downhill from here for American society.
Carrier Slocomb asks … ever get a little twisty-minded by something from back in the day?
Marcia Kester Doyle is just counting down the days until the kid-birdies leave the nest.
A couple of New York boomers are learning how to take care of themselves.
Walking is healthy, especially if you are over 50, and here are 6 facts to prove it.
Fitness guru Bob Merz tells us how we can enjoy both food and fitness.
Certified Personal Trainer Lorie Eber questions the need for a personal fitness trainer.
Plenty of baby boomers have loads of time and energy to share knowledge.
Ann Brenoff gives tips to cheer up baby boomer job chances.
Art Koff of RetiredBrains.com delivers practical advice.
Former ad man Paul Viau bids farewell to the golden advertising age.
Laura Lee Carter writes of the trials and fun of a new retirement home.
There are many nice and smaller places to retire. Here are a few.
Financial writer Dennis Miller takes a different approach to retirement investing.
Top towns for food and retirement by Moira McGarvey.
A poem by Harriet Shenkman remembering her mother and early immigrants from Europe to America.
Writer Margaret Lynette Sharp is trying to embrace every quest in life.
Writer Jan Marino says there are challenges to boomers reinventing themselves.
Kate Walter moves on after the breakup of a relationship of 26 years.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson visited Iceland to see what all the excitement is about.
Retirement in many parts of Europe may be possible these days.
Alan J. Paul believes in just living it up … try something new.
The Cafe Guys – David and Greg – are both away on well-deserved vacations. But, new stories are coming!