Baby boomers have responsibilities that can be hard to meet and sometimes that can result in stress. Here’s how to relieve stress overload.
The birds are singing. I woke up with their sound at 4:30a.m. to begin my day. It is Thursday on the calendar but Monday for me. That is the day that I begin my work week. I started reading baby boomer blogs on the computer as I drank my morning coffee.
Some people wrote about exercising and healthy eating. Others wrote about how difficult it is to save money for retirement. Then one person wrote a humorous blog about finding a vibrator as she dug in the garden to plant watermelon. This gave me encouragement to write about stress overload. Continue reading “Stress and Responsibilities”
I asked Vince at CruiseShipCenters why should I book a cruise early, like a year in advance. Here is his excellent reply which I gained his approval to share with you.
Why Should I Book A Cruise Early?
I was thinking about our conversation from yesterday, and wanted to share a few more thoughts. This email may get long, but I hope you’ll find it interesting and useful. Continue reading “Booking Strategies To Get The Best Cruise Price”
With Purpose begins with the author’s eight page Introduction letting the reader know about his long history and lifetime study of aging, beginning in his early twenties at a time when not much attention was paid to the older folks. With the demographic Age Wave finally here, the author’s insights are indeed interesting and exciting I found. Some of the interesting items in the book deal with:
I have been reading With Purpose (Going from Success to Significance in Work and Play) a book by Ken Dychtwald, PH.D. This author specializes in the study of aging, maturity and retirement. A few months ago I read his book The Power Years and thought is was one of the better shall we say, Baby Boomer books that I have read. I kept that book for future reference and here is my digest of the book. Continue reading “Aging “With Purpose””
Seniors have always had some magic tonic to boost energy levels. I know of one senior lady a couple of decades ago who just loved her “jogging in a jug” she called it.
From the times of the traveling medicine shows until today there has been something to boost energy and spirits.
For many to get going and keep going it’s a few cups of coffee during the day. Cans of Coke or sipping iced tea to keeps others going. Then there are native herbal remedies and Chinese tonics.
These days, there are options in how baby boomers get their caffeine so take a look at these. Continue reading “Energy Drinks and Caffeine For Baby Boomers”