In theory at least, our generation has more money than other generations and more time to enjoy it. But maybe that doesn’t apply to everybody. If that’s the case with you, then you might want to read what Ron Whitaker writes about Cheap Travel Destinations for Budget-Minded Boomers.
Whether retired or just winding down from a rich career of work, many baby boomers are jotting down “bucket lists” of things yet-to-do. For veteran journalist and academic Judy Muller – it is an enduring quest to see the world.
Because we are active baby boomers, our purposes and destinations are different than they used to be. Wildlife photography adventures with David Hemmings.
Looking for a new life, a new way to be an active baby boomer in a new place? Follow Mark Saunders, who has made it work. And keeps finding new things to figure out about his new life.
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.”
We like what Mark Saunders does. Truth is, we’d like to do it ourselves. This artistic baby boomer is living out his “second act” and now, as he explains in this story for BoomerCafé, he’s teaching others.
Even though BoomerCafé co-founder and executive editor Greg Dobbs has lived a life of adventure as a television news correspondent for ABC News and HDNet World Report, there’s always yet another special place to explore with his wife and sons … such as, the Andes of Peru.
BoomerCafe Co-Founder and Executive Editor Greg Dobbs has worked most of his life as a television correspondent. First, a quarter of a century at ABC News, and now at HDNet Television’s “World Report.” Occasionally, he writes essays about places and people who have caught his attention, like this Letter from Mexico.