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You are a Baby Boomer if you were born between 1946 and 1964. You are educated, active and resourceful. You are searching for less stress and more living, you may be an empty nester, you prefer less traffic, fewer taxes and more fresh air and exciting activities! There are no rocking chairs in your future - you prefer pilates, hiking, biking, volunteering, wine club, book club, university classes, surfing the web, telecommuting, yoga, golf, tennis, walking your dog, senior dating and plenty of social activities.
Spend your Sunday afternoon at Albemarle CiderWorks with folk duo Bomar and Ritter. Mary Bomar and Bob Ritter met in 1989 in Nashville, Tennessee and since then have been performing their brand of contemporary folk /pop music.
Carolina Brewery in Chapel Hill is hosting a Charity night on Sunday, August 17th from 5-9 pm for Nourish International! Carolina Brewery has generously agreed to donate 10% of their profits generated at the charity night in support of the mission at Nourish International (http://www.nourish.org).
The Wings Over Camarillo Air Show is a 34 year old tradition drawing some 20,000 people for the two day weekend August 23 & 24, 2014. With the feeling of an old time barnstorming air show crossed with a big party, the Camarillo Air Show has something for everyone from ages 2 to 92.
The 11th annual Bend Brewfest focuses on tasting and enjoying fine craft beers as well as great food and is considered one of the premier beer festivals in Oregon. The X-Tap features specialty, very low production beers from a variety of brewers. Cider and gluten free fans rejoice on the cider options at Brewfest. Visit bendbrewfest.com for more information or to volunteer at the event.
An envied hotbed of technological start-ups and a live music persona renowned the world over, Austin has welcomed its next chapter in the entertainment industry, the Capital City Black Film Festival.
The original Rhone Ranger from California, Randall Grahm, will be in full force to taste his Rhone blends, along with a spread from Pulaski Heights BBQ.
We’re excited to announce, for the 4th year in a row, John Arnold’s “Yoga in The Park” donation* based series is returning to beautiful Ashland Oregon in 2014. You’re invited to join John and the sweet Yoga Community in the great outdoors in the magical and inspiring Ashland’s Lithia Park (for locals + visitors alike) in 2014.
Wine Dinner at the Curate! There is no denying that one of the most talked about restaurant in Asheville is Cúrate. Their authentic Spanish tapas have generated a buzz, both in the press and among the citizenry.
Are you moving to the “Classic City” and need to purchase a new home? Are you interested in selling your current home in the Greater Athens Georgia area? How about purchasing an investment real estate near the University of Georgia?
If you haven’t visited the brand new Spring Canyon Community Park in Fort Collins then you are missing out. The 100-acre park is loaded with facilities including the largest playground I have ever seen…I mean it is breathtaking when you first see it. If you have kids then this is a must see park and I’ll guarantee it will become their favorite place to go.
The digital health revolution could not be arriving at a better time. The U.S. population is getting older, sicker, fatter and more sedentary. As the population ages, and the number of people with serious chronic conditions grows, the financial strains on the economy mount. These are mammoth issues, which defy easy solution.
If you use your 50s to prepare for the big 6-0, you’ll make the transition much more easily. Better news, if you’re already over 60, embracing these activities will only make your life better. Granted, it’ll take some effort on your part, but the pay-off will be huge.
Baby boomers in the United States are more likely than the previous generation to have a disability as they near late-life, suggest a growing number of researchers.
Yes, we’re spoiled rotten. We’re self-absorbed. And it seems like we’ll never shut up. But the boomers made a better world for everyone else. You’re welcome
Families faced with an aging parent and a dwindling bank account have tough choices to make.
Linda DiCicco is 53 going on 20. She works at a computer store, where many of her customers are half her age, and so are her co-workers.
If my house had a voice, surely it would chronicle the long and sometimes haphazard passage of a woman who has come into her own. Finally, and with a healthy measure of both grief and joy.
This book is a wonderful guide to both well-known and less popular points of interest in the Prescott area. The historical detail has obviously been well researched and is very fascinating, making the book an invaluable, must-have companion. The accompanying photographic documentation is also very complete.
All in all, it is a unique and valuable resource for promoting our mountain paradise.—Asheville Citizen Times
The Ultimate Guide is thoroughly researched, organized for easy use, and illustrated with many of Pantas own gorgeous pen and ink drawings.—Hendersonville Times-News
How to Love Your Retirement shows the baby-boom generation how to plan for, and succeed at, this stage of life, whether relaxation, travel, education, or even a new occupation is the goal. Packed with helpful, entertaining stories and real-life advice from hundreds of retirees who are making the most of their post-work lives, this honest and useful guide covers such topics as how to pick the best time to retire; learning to live with a spouse 24/7; staying fit; starting fresh in business, love, and family; traveling; going back to school; and more.
In ‘The New Retirement’, global economic strategist Sherry Cooper explains that the boomer generation will be reaching traditional retirement age very soon and the enormous wave of boomer retirees will crest in 2025. This phenomenon will profoundly affect the labour markets, the economy, and financial markets for decades. But will boomers retire the way their parents did? Will they work longer and transition gradually into semi-retirement?
Are you among the millions of inspired professional people who are contemplating retirement? Perhaps you are already retired. A significant issue that you will have to deal with is what to do with all of that time.
Without a doubt, retirement today does not resemble our parentsí retirement. We are living longer, more active lives. For most retired professionals, playing bingo and going to the local lodge may not be a vision for the future.
Witty, optimistic blueprint for the first-wave boomer Superwoman to ensure a successful second adulthood for both herself and her husband, also nearing retirement. Full of references to the first-wave boomer experience (sixties through today), the book borrows from corporate reengineering strategy to guide the couple with a vision statement, goals, and objectives that speak to them. Author is a Superwoman herself and makes that psyche transparent in the book, writing from her experience.