You may (or may not) have noticed my absence lately; I've been too slammed to sit down and write respectably. Even so I could not, in good conscience, skip my turn to offer the wisdom of so many of my favorite baby boom bloggers -- all part of the Blogging Boomers Blog Carnival. They range from Environmental activism to an old old joke. So here they are, in all their glory:
Barbara Weibel at Hole in the Donut produced a video to
show us the good work being done by the Peace River Wildlife Center in Punta
Gorda Florida, where they educate humans as well as rescuing animals.
There are a several posts dealing with aging this week, too.
The FDA is concerned about the growing use of testosterone by anti-aging clinics seeking to restore youthfulness to Baby Boomers and by the abuse of such drugs in sports. SoBabyBoomer.com tells us that it's no surprise the FDA is being so vigilant.
There's something about aging that makes us feel more vulnerable. Laura Lee has a great guest post this week about those kinds of feelings.
Then LifeTwo discusses recent study that has found that a woman is six times more likely to be separated or divorced soon after a diagnosis of cancer or multiple sclerosis than if a man in the relationship is the patient. In short women stand behind their man but the opposite isn't true.
And what about those in business? For many small
businesses, cash flow is a constant issue. Andrea J. Stenberg at The Baby
Boomer Entrepreneur might have the answer for you when she asks Do customers
owe you money?
Meanwhile, over at Contemporary Retirement, Ann has a 10-step guide to finding your passion:
And when you need some fashion therapy, the three-quarter length sleeve jacket is a gorgeous addition to any wardrobe, but there’s a lot of confusion about what to wear with it. The Glam gals have the answer at Fabulous after 40.Vaboomer tells us: You always remember your First Kiss! Read more at :
Next, try this: sounds like a joke, but it’s not. An old guy walks into a bar…
Finally, my own post - a meditation on my youngest child's thirtieth birthday.
More next week. Check in at Vaboomer to see what's going on.