Sherrill Pool Elizondo looks at ways to fill our lives.
Curious about a boomer’s “drug” years? You had to be there.
Ron Gompertz shares the day an energy vortex nearly got him.
Can you find reflections of real love in a contrived TV show?
Adventure writer Talek Nantes and her husband experienced traditional Japan.
Writer Ron Gompertz finds that living by a lake in Mexico has some drawbacks, like flooding.
Writer Ron Gompertz learns that knowing Mexico makes for a richer person.
BoomerCafé’s Greg Dobbs recently explored the tiny mountain monarchy of Bhutan.
Craig Schwab knows the struggle of an old pal with dementia.
Cindy La Ferle looks into what a real friendship means.
“Old” vs “young.” A lot is in your mind.
Wellness coach Lorie Eber’s advice about a weight loss study.
Author Ron Gompertz is back in Mexico for an important event.
Writer Richard Eisenberg untangles issues of retirement.
Lucinda Trew writes that no one wants the stuff of our careers.
Millennials seem to be preparing for retirement more than boomers.
Richard Eisenberg says it’s the fault of the companies that once employed us.
A group of boomers doing something about underemployment and ageism.
Kevin Willmott wants us to pay attention to prejudice and stereotypes in our society.
Writer Nancy Collamer explains a new study on freelancing in America.
Brent Green on the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam.
Eight authors write about 1969 in the lives of boomers.
Roz Warren’s dog has become her lifestyle guru.
Writer Barry Silverstein on the brands that shaped our childhoods.