BoomerCafé co-founder and executive editor Greg Dobbs has been watching the news from Oklahoma with a perspective few of us have. He knows what is happening behind the scenes.
We are planning a project with stories about baby boomers who have taken control of their destiny, re-imagined their reality and re-created their lives … and, we want to hear from YOU!
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.
Sure, it’s a free country, but that doesn’t mean we feel free to look our age. Especially women. But, STOP THE PRESSES: there is one very prominent 64-year-old who disagrees. And Renee Fisher, author of “Saving the Best for Last,” has called her out!
How much of your long-ago childhood do you actually remember? Longtime CBS News correspondent Ed Rabel remembers his, and the memories aren’t all good. He shares with BoomerCafé the introduction to his recently published memoir, “Ed Rabel Reports: Lies, Wars and Other Misadventures.”
Baby boomers are spending less on frills than the prior generation but more on education, their adult children, and mortgage debt, putting their retirement at risk. That’s the conclusion of a study, How Are Baby Boomers Spending Their Money?” by Pamela Villarreal at the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Our generation has spawned not only remarkable changes in society, but remarkable makers of change. Frequent BoomerCafé contributor Marsha Barhydt has come across an upcoming television documentary that credits these change-makers with one of the major movements of the boomer generation: equality for woman.
Working Baby Boomers may be the group most stressed about their economic futures, according to the newly released results of the 2012 AARP election survey.
Cary Kelly is a baby boomer who has reached that stage of life when she can become an entrepreneur, have her own business, and live out a long-time dream – A shop that attracts customers who enjoy the best ingredients in gourmet cooking. For Cary, that begins with high quality olive oils and vinegars from Europe.