Larry Checco pens an essay about baby boomers, BoomerCafé, and a labor of love.
Alan Paul says “a dog is a man’s best friend” when you find the right dog.
In a crazy world and widespread fear, journalist John Laurence focuses on a right we enjoy.
For most baby boomers, the first seminal event in our lives is the assassination of President Kennedy. November 22, 1963.
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.
Retired newspaperman Garret Mathews looks at what he can and cannot do.
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.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson visited Iceland to see what all the excitement is about.
BoomerCafé’s David Henderson finds more welcoming work environment for boomer expertise.
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.
A timely update on how cities and towns are ranked — best and worst.
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.
California boomer John Wilder has lived quite an exciting life and shares his story.
Poet and baby boomer Naomi Shihab Nye finds some of our old world survives.
Writer Katharine Giovanni reveals those “banana peel” moments that help shape our lives.
A poem by Harriet Shenkman remembering her mother and early immigrants from Europe to America.