Time for summer the summer in the northern hemisphere and that must also mean it’s time to enjoy these Boomer Blogs!  So sit back and enjoy.

Are you planning a road trip this summer? Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about the best states for summer trips, according to WalletHub, a personal-finance website. Topping the list are Wyoming, North Carolina, and Minnesota. At the bottom of the ranking are Hawaii, Delaware, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. WalletHub used 31 items in its analysis. Among the criteria were costs, safety, and activities.

Writer Laura Lee Carter saw a great movie this past week and felt the need to share with you. Here she provides you with a brief review of Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool. She borrowed a copy at her local public library.

Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting faced a yearly milepost this week – another birthday. She reluctantly accepts the fact she is another year older. Contemplating a way to mark the event without going wild, she opted for a fun day enjoying a low-impact activity and writes about her experience in An Age Appropriate Adventure.

Sometimes in life, it is easy to fall off track and feel overwhelmed.  This week Sue Loncaric from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond has a guest writer, Karen Hume from Profound Journey, who asks the question What Keeps You On Track To Thrive?  You may not have heard of her solution but it certainly is fascinating.

Just when the news of the day couldn’t be any worse, the next day seems to top it. We are stressing ourselves out and need to find ways to relax. Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com offers tips for people over 50 to reduce stress and stay somewhat sane.

After a month spent fulfilling his retirement dream of retracing the old Oregon Trail, blogger Tom Sightings has finally arrived back home. And what is it that he’s realized? He’s been out of touch with the modern world. But in No News Is Good News he begins to wonder if that’s such a bad thing . . . or is it perhaps a good thing?

While we do everything we can to remain healthy, sometimes we are dealt a difficult hand.  One of the toughest things about battling and disease is the anxiety over what Is happening or what might happen.  It’s possible to control anxiety and Carol Cassara at A Healing Spirit shows us one way in How To Manage Anxiety About Your Disease And Why It’s Important.

And I’m so happy that it’s summer again, I dedicated a blog post to some Pun in the Sun!  I hope you enjoy Is It Time For A Summer Pun?

I hope you enjoyed this roundup of boomer blogs and I hope you have a great summer (or winter for those down under!)