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Six surprising ways for boomers to ward off heart attacks

Active or not (although active helps!), as baby boomers, we are in the sweet spot for heart disease. We spotted…

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Memories that helped shape a baby boomer

We’ve all succeeded at some things and we’ve all also failed. That’s what this story is about from Doreen Frick…

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When skinny was the truth and heavy was deep

T.S. Eliot once wrote, “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice.”…

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How Better Self-Care Leads to Happy Retirement

Written by Jessica Hegg The sunny horizon of retirement glows with hopes and ideals of a work-free, pain-free, worry-free life.…

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There’s still hope for baby boomers!!!

This is quite a story, and it’s not even about a baby boomer. But the reason we’re running it on…

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Preparing To Retire Is All About the Details

If you hope to realize the retirement you imagine and deserve you need to prepare. Leaving the details of your…

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A baby boomer volunteers in Cuba

Last time St. Petersburg’s retired baby boomer Lynn Lotkowictz wrote for BoomerCafé, she told us about her time volunteering for…

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One baby boomer reflects Beyond The End

As baby boomers, we are the best at a lot of things, and while The Greatest Generation might have us…

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Families and Futures: The Smart Reasons Retirees are Upsizing Their Homes

Written by Abbie Dodd It doesn’t always pay to follow the herd. Some retirees are challenging the logic of downsizing…

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Sesame Street: as meaningful to boomers as to anyone else

Sesame Street, the long-lasting TV series for children, debuted the same year Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. So it…

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