We are all happy to welcome our newest member, Meryl Baer who runs the blog Six Decades and Counting. Be sure to check out her site, read archived articles, and get to know our latest addition. Her latest post looks at the joys of napping:
After spending time this summer with the youngest grandkids, I realized we have a lot in common when it comes to a daily activity – sleeping. After so many years sleep-deprived, seniors relish their sleep and nap time.
Laura Lee has been thinking lately about all the things she’s glad not to being doing since she and her husband packed up and moved to a small town in southern Colorado. Retirement is a good time to learn how to live in the now.
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about a Consumer Reports’ analysis of potentially dangerous painkillers – opiates such as OxyContin and Vicodin, which can be addictive, and acetaminophen, which can cause damage due to confusion about how much to take. Consumer Reports advises consumers to know about the risks of painkillers and is calling on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to take action to reduce the risks from them.
Tom Sightings offers up another one in his series Remember Him? Think back to the 1970s, and see if you can identify the man who shook America to its roots with his story of violence and cruelty, love and hope, and the strength of family ties.