Collaboration is my theme this week and what a perfect way to kick off that theme than by showing how the blogging boomers collaborate on another post.
We may come from different areas of the country, but we are all baby boomers who blog. And we all came together to collaborate on weekly posts to share each other’s work.
First up, On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R Robison, consumer journalist, writes about how to plan a cruise. Robison went on her first cruise the last week of March, and although she had a great time, it was quite a learning experience. Robison thought others would benefit from what she discovered.
Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com was a bit lazy this week. Actually, she was dealing with a sick roommate, a sick dog and a lot of shoulder tension. All is good though. A guest poster filled in with wonderful tips on How Personal Style and Pizzazz Can Be Mastered At Any Age. Please enjoy them.
Sometimes a mundane activity of everyday life becomes an overwhelming endeavor, temporarily creating a stressful situation quickly alleviated once the task concludes. Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting experienced one of these episodes, explained in this week’s post An Awesome Responsibility.
As we boomers age, we really need to think about our health and Carol, at a Healing Spirit, shares some healthy, yummy recipes that are easy to make.
And finally, Tom at Sightings Over Sixty wonders this week in Medicare for All, whether we’re really ready to swallow Medicare for all when Medicare is not free, it’s overly complicated, and it doesn’t cover lots of issues like glasses, dental care, hearing aids, non-prescription drugs. Still, most retired seniors on Medicare are glad they have it. So is it something that could work for younger people as well?
I hope you enjoyed the line-up this week of boomer posts and enjoy what you read.