Recent posts from Geezer and Boomer blogs.

Weird Hobbies  [New]
Retirement Coffee Shop
I retired in 2019 at the age of 53 from the federal government. After a great career, I am now in pursuit of the best retirement possible.

When the Ceiling is Starting to Fall [New]
One Day at a Time
i blog, therefore i am,…no, i am, therefore i blog!

Advertising Space for Rent  [New]
Musings of a Shore Life
Blog posts cover everything and nothing – my life’s highs and lows, travels, and comments and criticism on current events.

The Cranky Old Man

A Gift  [New]
Kathy’s Retirement Blog

What’s On Your Bookshelf – February 2024? [New]
Retirement Reflections
New Chapters, New Discoveries and New Adventures

What’s On Your Bookshelf? – February 2024 [New]
Women Living Well After 50
A place for Women Over 50 to learn, experience & enjoy. (From Australia)
Retirement is a journey, not a destination…

What We See  (The Hawk Story)  [New]
Muddling through my middle age
Definitely older, possible wiser

Wackiness  [New]
80-Something Blog

Mixed emotions today [New]
Eye on the Edge
Examining how I got here, who I used to be, and who I want to become before I die.Definitely older, possibly wiser…

Depending on the kindness of strangers… [New]
Adventures of the New (And Improved) Old Farts
Where life is luxuriously slow, and overflows with simple joys!

Bigger and Badder SUVs [New]
Sightings Over Sixty
A Baby Boomer looks at health, finance, retirement, grown-up children and … how time flies.

It’s Time to Say…(Blog ending) [New]
Unfold and Begin
A pre-60 baby boomer, trying new things, having fun, and laughing.

Good Riddance  [New]
A Retirement Blog by Caree Risover
A retiree from the UK charts her retirement through planning to implementation and enjoyment.

monkey mind working overtime…(with photos) [New]
Older but better
This blog is meant to be a documentation of our journey into the world of retirement.

Some things we see and do here…(in Mesa, AZ)…(with lots of photos) [New]
On the road of retirement
A travel blog

A random ramble (with lots of architectural photos) [New]
Silver Tiger
Living and loving in North London

Fun ways to beat the winter blahs [New]
Grandma’s Briefs
Grandma’s Briefs on life’s second act

Walking [New]
Confessions of a Grandma
“A grandma is just an antique little girl”…unknown

Understanding Recycling Rules [New]
I am a retired 1st grade teacher with my heart divided between Illinois, Hawaii and Maryland.

Thriving Thursday Week 7 [New]
A Boomer Girl’s Guide
Be Brave. Be Bold. Be Active. Choose Happy.

Valentines Day (with photos) [New]
Linda Letters
Daily Life of a Retired Teacher Living in Seattle

ValenGras? MardiTine?  [New]
The Second Half of My Life
Adventures after 49

Sauerkraut  [New]
Far Side of Fifty

Sick (Dog)  [New]
Going Gently
“I’ll admit I may have seen better days, but I’m still not to be had for the price of a cocktail, like a salted peanut” (Margo Channing)

The Duty Kid
Bag Lady in Waiting
My life is a freelance experience, an opportunity to say Yes.


Geezer and Boomer Blogs — 1 Comment

  1. 70 is the new 50 I’ll think about “aging” in a ‘couple of decades! A regular practice of: A little exercise, caution about my diet, mental exercises daily, attitude, attitude, attitude! I hit a crises point about 5 years ago at 65 and had to decide that “failure is not an option”. Happy to report; doing good so-far.

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