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.
The Baby Boom Generation (born between 1946 and 1964) has been the demographic engine fueling much of the growth in travel over the past 40 years — both in the number of travelers and in the amount of travel per person.
Baby boomers, our giant population bubble generation born generally between 1946 and 1964, started driving at a young age and became more mobile than any generation before or since.
When it comes to looking for a place to retire, cost of living often tops the list of considerations. But there’s a difference between living cheaply and living well. Here is AARP’s updated 2012 top 10 list.
As more and more of us redefine ourselves and our lives, we have to understand new ways of doing it. And that includes looking for a new job. BoomerCafé publisher and co-founder David Henderson is a seasoned marketing professional, and says that marketing to baby boomers is becoming more mainstream.