My Turn To Host The Blogging Boomer Carnival
The merry-go-round has come full circle and it’s once again my turn to host the Blogging Boomers Carnival. This week our lively group of boomers are discussing an fascinating array of subjects. I’ll give you a sneak peek, but to read the full post, click on the links within each of the listings. I’ve read them all and highly recommend what’s on tap this week:
SoBabyBoomer says the expensive approach to retirement is to pile up so much money that you’ll be safe no matter how long you live or what goes wrong with your health or the markets. But for many Baby Boomers, the amount required seems ridiculously out of reach and it’s time to rethink retirement.
When setting up your LinkedIn profile, you have to decide whether to keep your connection list private or public. Andrea at The Baby Boomer Entrepreneur discusses the pros and cons of keeping your LinkedIn connections private.
The death of Walter Cronkite impacted the Midlife Crisis Queen, Laura Lee more than she ever expected. Her personal tribute to the man explains what he meant to her.
Find out which towns in the U.S. have some of the most affordable housing at The Baby Boomer Chronicles.
If you are wondering what to wear to an outdoor party in July when the weather is 85 and humid, and youâ€™ve been having hot flashes, then check out Fabulous after 40. The Glam Gals have some great ideas for how to keep and look cool this summer.
Over at Contemporary Retirement, Ann has the magic number for keeping weight off, once you’ve gone to all the trouble of losing it!
Regular physical exercise may help protect against mild cognitive impairment, according to a Mayo Clinic study. Add that to the list of reasons to get up off the couch and out for a run, ride, walk.
Janet Wendy at Gen Plus adds her own two cents on health care reform in the United States. (Hint: she’s originally from Canada)
Hope you enjoy browsing the posts as much as I did!