This week's Boomer Blogger Carnival is on Veterans Day. Here's to all the brave, sacrificing men & women who fight and serve. It would be nice if mankind stopped "fighting" but with the human ego that may be impossible We can still celebrate veterans and thank them. Below is the best Boomer writing on the web, enjoy!
SoBabyBoomer celebrates Veterans Day by remembering the life changing experiences our men and women in uniform encounter while learning to demonstrate effective leadership principles.
Ever wonder how the rest of the boomers have weathered the "Great Recession" Storm? Laura Lee the MidLife Crisis Queen discusses some findings from a new AARP study whichshow we have all had our challenges.
Istanbul is a city of never ending experiences. Here Arabian Tales Katie Foster and her husband Roger find the real jewel among the Sultan’s treasures - a small 1300th century church containing some of the finest Byzantine mosaics and frescoes – St. Savior’s Church Chora. The church is simply the most beautiful Katie has ever seen.
After many years, this will be the Accidental Locavore’s final contribution to the Blogging Boomer’s Carnival. And what’s a more fitting finale than desert? Forget pies for Thanksgiving, try these incredible (and easy) molten chocolate cakes.
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On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about how the 2012 election will affect consumers. The reelection of Pres. Obama will ensure consumer programs put in place, such as health care and consumer financial reforms, will continue. The election of Elizabeth Warren, who envisioned and was the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to the U.S. Senate means consumers will have a strong champion for their interests in Congress.
Tom Sightings has traded in his rain slicker for a pair of gloves and a snow shovel, as he reports in A Week After. Now, he's hoping to get back to normal pretty soon . . . but what is normal for November anyway?