Either you’ve gone past 60, or you’ll be there fairly soon. Measure it the way Liz Kitchens does: with a yardstick.
If you’re a baby boomer and a parent, your kids most likely aren’t kids any more. And that’s what this touching, although sometimes scary, story by contributor Liz Kitchens is about: how we never really stop caring.
So which generation is more stressed than any other? Boomers? Millennials? We can all lay claim to stress, but BoomerCafé contributor Liz Kitchens sheds some light on who wins.
We like it when baby boomers help other baby boomers cope with life’s changes. BoomerCafé contributor Liz Kitchens has advice about coping by Exercising Your Creativity.
Unless you’ve moved around just about every year of your life, you’ve probably got a few things that feel like comfy old shoes. But a house? BoomerCafé contributor Liz Kitchens thinks so, as she writes in this essay which she calls, “Our House Is a Very, Very, Very Fine House.”
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.
As baby boomers, we’ve worked hard to develop a sense of community, and a sense of acceptance. But it never comes easily, and it doesn’t last without a little work. Liz Kitchens has written a piece about how she has kept it going in her life. It’s the Sisterhood of the Poker Group.