Boomer musician Patrick Ames knows the baby boomer generation digs music.
If you want to keep up with the kids, the grandchildren, old friends, becoming more tech smart is a necessity.
Author Roz Warren is tired of people blather away on their #$&!% cell phones.
For boomer Erin O’Brien, cool-looking jeans are essential to her personal “uniform.”
Dr. Lorie Eber, at age 60, finds it incredulous that she’s lived so many years.
Wellness coach Lorie Eber: We can’t eat like we once did and be healthy.
Marcia Smalley guides us on the concept of “going within.”
Dr. Barb DePree says there’s no reason to be perplexed, disappointed and frustrated by sex.
No gym workout for Michael Alster. It’s active travel.
An icon from our generation’s rebellious era of the 1960s reintroduced by VW.
It’s great when boomers reinvent themselves! Marianne Bohr did with a trip to France.
Steven Weingarten pulled up stakes on Long Island and moved to Puerto Rico.
Lorie Eber says leaving law was the best thing she had ever done.
Making lists has always given Sir Richard Branson clarity in his life and business endeavors.
Larry Checco of Silver Spring, MD, sees a change that affects all of us.
Greg Dobbs says America’s news media is becoming its own worst enemy.
Ireland’s Bluebird Care explains how to find a 5-star retirement.
Economist Alicia Munnell writes about America’s Retirement Mismatch.
Journalist Chris Farrell calls it “unretirement” – travel, have fun, make money.
A timely update on how cities and towns are ranked — best and worst.
Writer Lauren Levine believes it’s time in her life to let her voice be heard.
Boomer Jerry Zezima is a humor writer who’ll make you laugh.
A lesson baby boomers still need, if only for their kids and grandkids.
Writer Roz Warren wishes a 2016 full of cake and champagne for all of us.