Dateline: Writing about retirement lifestyle out where the rubber meets the road!
Being oldish and retired has turned out to be lots of fun. I love writing about my life and things that I find interesting. As it turns out others are interest in what I have to say. You will find my writing on Retire in Style Blog, It Crossed My Mind Blog and Just Give Me the Facts-b.
Now that boomers are turning 65 and "active retirement lifestyle" is the catch phrase in blog land, I have broadened the scope of my retirement related writing. If it interests me, I assume someone else will want to read. Because I am an educator by trade, I view every article I write as a learning opportunity.
I intend to do this for many more years. I have survived the beginning years of retirement with a husband of 50+ years. Now I feel that my retirement life is on track and the fun has only begun.
I sign my name "b+". I hope you don't mind.
When Angus T. Jones called Two and a Half Men out for being a show not fit to be watched, I was reminded of the fairy tale, "The Emperor's New Clothes."
Dr. Mike Moreno has written a book about the way you should live your life if you want to stop aging.
The Olympic Games we see on TV in the United States are not the real Olympics.
After reading 571 pages, I grieved that the story was over.
People in Portland loved the idea that Grimm, a popular TV series, was being filmed in their city.
"Who is more willing to make changes to benefit the organization, the young or the old?" You might be surprised at the answer.
Retirement is just like graduating from school—the question is, what are you going to make of your retirement?
Do you like to try those new trends found in upscale restaurant cocktails at home? Here are some hint for you.
Tom's Shoes recently sold its millionth pair after an AT&T commercial featured the shoemaker's free-shoes-for-children campaign.
Need a good laugh and the perfect summer read? The Milagro Beanfield War is the book for you.