We have those special days to observe and remember special events. Jane Paznik-Bondarin recalls her father, Sam Paznik.
We boomers like to think we do not act like senior citizens … not, that is, until we’re offered a discount just for having lived so long! Then, we’re “senior” from our heads to our toes, aren’t we?! Well, boomer writer Lorie Eber has a proposal.
BoomerCafé Executive Editor Greg Dobbs was a longtime foreign correspondent and has written a perspective about the chaos in Egypt that you might find helpful, whether you’re a baby boomer or not.
What are baby boomers’ most pressing retirement concerns and what are they doing about them? Financial writer Donald Liebenson has a valuable perspective.
If you are ever visiting Hawaii’s Big Island when one of its volcanos is erupting, there’s a chance you may see Mick Kalber in action. Mick reinvented his career from that of TV news photographer to the world’s leading “volcanographer.”
With millions of baby boomers reaching retirement age, fears are mounting of the economic impact if they follow the pattern of previous generations by curbing spending and draining Social Security and Medicare benefits, even though boomers have funded those programs for decades.
Some of us are looking for new places to live. Places where a baby boomer can find a new job, a cheaper home, a fresh set of activities. That’s why we think you’ll be interested in this story recently published by The Christian Science Monitor. It’s about places you might find attractive…or want to steer away from because of cost.
Baby boomers can take credit for many changes in business and culture, from a boomer creating Starbucks to a couple of boomers creating Apple. What’s in common among many of these sea changes in life and work? BoomerCafé Co-Founder and Executive Editor Greg Dobbs reflects on work, ties, and coffee.
We are active baby boomers; that is the theme of BoomerCafé. But what happens when inactivity is forced upon us? Pam Johnson, a.k.a. Mz. Zoomer, went through that. And learned a few lessons about One Boomer’s Job Search in the Digital Age.
Tech startup founders in their 20s and 30s make all the headlines, but when it comes to entrepreneurship, increasingly it’s baby boomers who are more likely to be in business for themselves — and creating jobs in the process.
Wow. We’ve run lots of stories on BoomerCafé about people reinventing themselves. But this one takes the cake: Dorothy Brooks, now 60, has become a model. For the second time. And she’s loving it.