Wedding bells are ringing for baby boomers, too. But brides and bridegrooms in their 50s and 60s often have different priorities than their younger counterparts.
Do you think you understand boomer women? Even if you’re one of them? You might not, according to the myths out there about women over fifty. Author Renee Fisher believes those myths need a few corrections.
One change from our childhood to the present day is a sad one: the constant demand for more space at our nation’s most sacred cemetery. BoomerCafé co-founder and publisher David Henderson has long ties to this hallowed ground, and just visited again because the Holidays Bring Remembrance.
Usually on BoomerCafé we features stories about what boomers are doing to stay active and young. But boomer writer Marcia Barhydt puts a twist on the theme: she writes about “pre-boomers” who stay equally active and young.
One thing that distinguishes our generation from all generations that came before us is, we don’t let the calendar dictate our lives. And as Liz Kitchens writes, there are solid ways to ensure that.
We boomers sure saw some good entertainment when we were kids. But just how easily did it come to us? As Perry Block writes, we were the beneficiaries of formulas in teamwork that we probably didn’t appreciate at the time. And maybe not even today.
The economic news for many baby boomers — probably most — isn’t good: we may be getting old enough to retire, but we’re not rich enough. But Lisa Orrell may have some answers in her new book, “Boomers into Business.”
It is hardly a novel observation to say, the world has changed. And the way we are perceived by our peers has changed, too. Wendy Shade has figured it out … and, she doesn’t want to be too busy any more.