Added by Al Kernek on April 30, 2011 at 10:18am — No Comments
Take Massive Action!
I have to laugh when I think of the stereotypical religious revival where the audience gets all worked up as they are filled with the charisma in the air. The audience is stirred up and highly motivated only to lose that feeling within hours! They may have felt “motivated,” but could not take it to the point…
Added by C.J. LAURIA on April 28, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Get a Mentor
Historically, a young man was mentored by his dad in the family business, while a young lady worked closely alongside her mother. Today, while secular values have changed, the need for mentorship has not. We can all benefit from skilled, accomplished Mentors.
Since 2008, I have taken my 25 years of…
Added by C.J. LAURIA on April 27, 2011 at 9:54pm — No Comments
Added by Phil McMillan on April 26, 2011 at 8:03am — No Comments
As we grow our online community, BlogPaws where the pets and pet bloggers hang out, I discover new ways to connect with other people who like what I like and cherish what I cherish. I've long known that this site (Boomer Authority) was/is a place I should be and it's sad that I have not taken better advantage...but, I hope to remedy that over time.
At BlogPaws, we're all about…Continue
Added by Yvonne DiVita on April 24, 2011 at 10:57am — No Comments
Everyone has memories of their favorite car. After all there were so many hot, cool cars back "then". My older brother had a TR3 and GTO but my heart was won over the first time I saw the Ford Mustang-celebrating its 42nd Anniversary this month. I invite you to read about this love affair of mine @ boomer-living.com (Coffee House Blog-"On A Magic Carpet Ride").
Added by Barbara Briggs Ward on April 24, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
I grew up in the country surrounded by relatives. I have so many great memories that I now blog about them @
I invite you to check out my two posts all about Easter time in the country. I think you might enjoy them!
Happy Easter to all!
Added by Barbara Briggs Ward on April 24, 2011 at 10:08am — No Comments
The word inflammation comes from the Latin inflammatio, which means "to set on fire." Most people associate it with skin that becomes red, painful and swollen after they get a bug bite or a splinter. Those are common symptoms of acute inflammation.
The inflammatory response is a normal process, and an important mechanism for health; without it, wounds and tissues would not heal. But as with most physiological functions, it is vital that there is a balance. Unfortunately, inflammation…Continue
Added by Karen A. Smith on April 23, 2011 at 7:32pm — No Comments
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Happy Earth Day. Rather than telling you about the importance of following sustainable travel practices to improve the health of our planet, I’m going to turn it around. Did you know that outdoor travel improves your health? Nature prescriptions,…Continue
Added by Donna Hull on April 22, 2011 at 5:23pm — No Comments
Flower Power in the 21st Century? Can it thrive in a toxic world?
Flower Children of the sixties didn't know a recycling bin from a catalytic converter. But today our air is cleaner, the water tastier. With environmental awareness, our society has achieved great accomplishments over the last forty years. Unfortunately, it’s…
Added by TB Fisher on April 22, 2011 at 4:57am — No Comments
Are you a boomer techie who’s been zooming around the internet for years? Or, are you just beginning to dip those baby boomer toes into the tech waters? According to Mashable, boomers are embracing digital…Continue
Added by Donna Hull on April 20, 2011 at 5:39pm — No Comments
Once you have done your research, you must follow through. This calls for commitment. Commitment is manifested in a variety of ways, one of which includes determination. Once you’ve committed to your business, you must be unwavering. With this mindset, you won’t vacillate back and forth.
Sadly, this is a…Continue
Added by C.J. LAURIA on April 20, 2011 at 12:06am — No Comments
Do Your Homework
In past articles we have discussed the plight of so many Boomers who have either been laid off or simply feel unfulfilled in their present career. Whatever the situation, many Boomers have decided to pull…Continue
Added by C.J. LAURIA on April 19, 2011 at 11:40pm — No Comments
The music blares above me as caffeine-craved people come and caffeine-saturated people go and I can’t help but turn my attention to the conversations around me, as for some reason…Continue
Added by jan brehm on April 18, 2011 at 9:54am — No Comments
As I sit here just a stones throw past my mid-life mark, I once again make a courageous attempt to figure out how I managed to get here so quickly, where the past 40 years went and why it feels like I have lived today too many times before. Heady stuff for first thing in the morning.
Sipping my Starbucks ‘Tall Coffee In A Grande Cup Packed To The Top With Whipped Cream’ (you must try it, it’s fabulous), the sun peeps out and gives a wink before darting back into it’s dismal hiding…Continue
Added by jan brehm on April 18, 2011 at 9:52am — No Comments
This week's Single Again! Now What? Radio Talk Show with co-hosts Divorce Mentor, Joanie Winberg and Divorce Attorney, Mike Mastracci.
Title: A Divorce Attorney's Secrets
Added by Joanie Winberg on April 18, 2011 at 8:23am — No Comments
Could I be any more confused about Hormone Replacement Therapy? Is taking hormones safe for us? First it’s a “Yes”, then “No”, then ”Yes”, then “Maybe”, then “How should I know?”, followed with a “We think so” and finally, “Sit down, shut up and eat your dinner.”
At least that’s what it feels like! How many reports have been unveiled in the last 20 years regarding the safety and efficacy of HRT and each time the latest reports are released they seem to be the complete…Continue
Added by jan brehm on April 15, 2011 at 11:41am — No Comments
As soldiers train for battle, performers hone their talents for audiences, doctors train for the healing arts and citizens sharpen skills for the trades, I believe we are all, in every life’s situation and circumstance, preparing for the highlights of our lives and the agonizing challenges that confront us on our journeys.
With my husband now facing cancer, one that responds well to treatment but by far the most painful beyond excruciating, I am becoming aware we are not in…Continue
Added by jan brehm on April 15, 2011 at 11:22am — No Comments