The Top 7 Things on Baby Boomers’ Minds

Accidental Locavore Pig RacesFor this, the first full week back to school and work, the Accidental Locavore is hosting the Blogging Boomers Carnival. See what’s on the minds of Baby Boomers worldwide (yup, that’s right). Don’t forget to chime in, comment and let us know which postings touched you.

First up: Grandparents can play a vital role in today’s families. SoBabyBoomer asks, “How do you build closer bonds across the generations in your family?” John has some great ideas to bring the generations closer together. Be sure to check them out.

Tired of job hunting? The unemployed are outsourcing their job hunting.  Read more at What do you think of this idea?

Can you imagine the traffic? The Midlife Crisis Queen, Laura Lee, would like to encourage you to imagine if the world was going to end in 3 weeks. What would quickly rise to the top of your “to do” list? It’s sort of like a midlife crisis with a very strict deadline!

Tom Sightings had a interesting conversation with his friend Peter about what he did last week — one that involved the limits of freedom of speech. See if you agree with the outcome. What would you have done?

Accidental Locavore IndiaArabian Tales Katie Foster relishes her “Regal Experience” at the Oberoi Udaivilas during her Elegant Journey through India. See what happens after she’s showered with rose petals (hint, there’s a private pool and a butler).

On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, wrote about the latest high-tech scams. Watch out for companies that offer to remove the computer virus they found for $100; tell you to start bidding to win an iPad; or offer special coupons for high-priced products such as razors, pet food, diapers, infant formula, coffee, and restaurant meals. Important information for all of us!

Is ice cream ever out of season? The Accidental Locavore makes some delicious ricotta ice cream. Turns out it’s easier than making plain vanilla. Here’s the recipe, give it a try!


2 thoughts on “The Top 7 Things on Baby Boomers’ Minds”

  1. We have a closed group of Bloggers on FB called

    Welcome!! Generation Fabulous is for bloggers of a certain age looking for support, encouragement, information, blogging tips, and community.

    A bunch of us met at BlogHer in NYC in early August.

    What is the Blogging Boomers Carnival?

    Cheers, P.K Fields, I don’t blog I am launching a website to help people with their aging loved ones.

  2. Pingback: A Brand New Boomer Blog Carnival for YOU! | Midlife Crisis Queen: It's never too late to find out who you might have been!

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