From my house to yours…it’s time for a round-up of some of my favorite boomer bloggers. From the sound of it, even though Christmas is right around the corner, we’re still focused on the effects of Covid on our lives.
Watch out for scams related to the coronavirus vaccine, advises Rita R. Robison, consumer, and personal finance journalist. You can’t pay to get early access to the vaccine and no one will call asking for your Social Security number or other personal information to sign you up to get the vaccine.
It’s a spot Laurie Stone of Musings, Rants & Scribbles has driven by thousands of times, a little country farm with a storefront, tucked away, across from her town’s middle school. In all her years here, she never went in. But Covid makes for strange bedfellows and one day, needing eggs, she entered. Now “The Farm” has become a staple in her life for several wonderful reasons…
Another week living life in limbo, currently between holidays celebrated mostly virtually. Meryl Baer of Beach Boomer Bulletin continues a life lived routinely online nowadays. Not a techie pre-pandemic, this week’s post discusses how she and other technically challenged folks upped their game to meet the challenges of today’s lifestyle.
Carol Cassara’s been doing a lot of reading during her shelter in place, and one author, in particular, has moved her. She shares his words on forgiveness over at A Healing Spirit.
Tom at Sightings Over Sixty allows as how he always thought retirement was supposed to be a time for quiet reflection, for comfortable days and serene sunsets. But now at Surprises in Retirement, he realizes just how wrong he was, especially in the time of Covid.
Have you had a DNA test done yet? Rebecca Olkowski, with BabyBoomster.com, reviews the book Ancestry Quest: How Stories of the Past Can Heal the Future and interviews Mary Beth Sammons, the author. She has put together a collection of stories of surprise discoveries and how people have dealt with and healed from finding their roots.