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“Forty-Something” Man Moves into Assisted Living Community

January 27th, 2009 at 4:17 am » Comments (1)

Local publisher strives to inspire adult children to be more aware of the experiences their aging parents have in transition. Vienna, Va. – Steve Gurney is 43 years old, exactly half the national average age of residents living in assisted living communities. On Feb. 9, Gurney will experience first hand what it is like to […]

Baby Boomers Are Bustin Loose on Baby Boomer Knowledge Center

January 26th, 2009 at 4:09 pm » Comments Off on Baby Boomers Are Bustin Loose on Baby Boomer Knowledge Center

Baby boomers are bustin loose with a week long series of interviews by me starting with Beverly Mahone TODAY!

Obama Pictures, Inauguration, The Ball Plus More

January 25th, 2009 at 4:35 am » Comments Off on Obama Pictures, Inauguration, The Ball Plus More

Enjoy these great pictures from the behind the scene moments before Obama was sworn in to when he left the last Ball. Plus more, keep clicking the menu for more surprises.

Baby Boomers-7 Reasons To Join

January 23rd, 2009 at 12:05 am » Comments (2)

I just joined boomerater and I discovered seven reasons why you might want to join also. 1, User friendly site, easy to navigate and easy to sign up! 2. You are asked you for your opinion on the first page. Since the site is still in BETA, (That means they are still working out the […]

What Was On The Inaugural Luncheon Menu Attended by Obama?

January 20th, 2009 at 7:44 pm » Comments (3)

What was on the luncheon menu?  Now, I know more important items are hitting the blog world today. But I did wonder what was on the menu as I sat with my hubby while we took a work break and went to a local diner to eat. We were not able to attend but still […]

Grandchildren Can Help With Caregiving-A Simple, Yet Powerful, Technical Task

January 16th, 2009 at 5:16 pm » Comments (4)

Our grandchildren can help us with a really simple and technical task that can help any of us doing caregiving. What is it you are wondering? Well, if your grandchildren have an Ipod, Itouch or IPhone ask them to import your written list of medicines into your Ipod, Itouch or IPhone if you don’t know […]

Share Your PowerPoint and Webinars on Slide Share-Social Networking

January 13th, 2009 at 5:12 pm » Comments (5)

You can share your business, health, finance, blogging and more messages on a great site called Slide Share. Here is the description I found on the ABOUT page: SlideShare is the world’s largest community for sharing presentations. – Individuals & organizations upload presentations to share their ideas, connect with others, and generate leads for their […]

Retirement Communities,Happiness, Romance Over 50,Healthy Living-Carol Stanley’s Insights

January 12th, 2009 at 3:10 am » Comments (1)

Retirement communities,happiness, romance over 50,healthy living, and goals for boomers are insightful articles by Carol Stanley.  But take a breath. You can digest these powerful articles one day at a time. Read this uniques series for baby boomers starting Monday, Jan. 12, 2009 on the Boomer Knowledge Center.

Same Point Search Engine Sizzles!

January 7th, 2009 at 2:33 pm » Comments (9)

New Search Engine Allows You to Follow Conversations on Your Niche There is a new search engine, named Same point, that allows you to search for and follow conversations on your niches. Of course I keyed in the term baby boomer. Can you guess what came up? Is your site in the conversation? Also, this […]

Wanted: Healthcare Workers!

January 5th, 2009 at 12:44 am » Comments (6)

 In this decade of economic upheaval it is good to know careers that are still in top demand. Here is another great article with deep insight from James O. Armstrong   There are critical shortages of these men and women all over the United States in medical practices and hospitals everywhere.  Therefore, healthcare options provide […]