Jerry Zezima says younger people don’t always see the humor in modern communications.
Baby boomer Jonathan Look Jr. is bucking the norms and living the dream.
California’s Gwen Willadsen remembers a magical summer.
San Francisco baby boomer Tania Romanov Amochaev on immigrating to America.
For Hollie Bell-Schinzing, three months and a dream come true.
Writer Jill Thomas says you just can’t go far enough to escape technology.
Kathe Kline has found ways to travel, worry-free.
Laurie Whitman’s past endures in unviewed 35mm slide carousels.
Baby boomer Carrie Luger Slayback lives an active lifestyle.
“Word play” has come to mean brain exercise.
Dean Neuls says some activities are best for prolonging life.
Bob Bigelow says, “just let the kids play competitive sports and have fun.”
Writer R.S. Gompertz asks himself, Did I Just Retire?
Single women face the greatest housing challenges.
Solid guidance for getting the max out of retirement years.
A column about the pros and cons of retirement.
The new tax law is complex and could impact savings of boomers.
Strides in business by women entrepreneurs over 50.
Writer Nancy Collamer explains a new study on freelancing in America.
It’s time to bet on yourself, boomers, with positive coaching.
Nevada baby boomer Paul Clayton has a new collection of sci-fi stories.
Writer Perry Block describes a time when we were entirely different people.
Author Judith Glynn explains “Background Checks Made Easy For All.”
Don’t be turned off by the name. It won’t kill you.