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    Health & Safety
    There are more places to look for answers than there are questions about senior
    health. Let these blogs do the work for you.

    Medical News Today: This informative site provides reliable health news about
    seniors and aging – and it’s updated hourly.


    WebMD Community: The ever-reliable WebMD health experts sound off with
    views on today’s health news.


    Senior Health: This one-stop site gathers health information from the National
    Institutes of Health.


    Wiser Now: This blog touches upon aging, Alzheimer’s, and brain activities for a
    healthy mind and life.


    Senior Safety: Experts Jeff Miller, Dr. Eric Sternlicht, and Ellen Sacks, blog about
    Boomers, seniors, safety, exercise, nutrition, and caregiving.

    We can’t stop the aging process, but these funny blogs help us enjoy the lighter
    side of it.


    Suddenly Senior: Described as “a place for everyone who’s become a senior
    before their time,” Suddenly Senior mixes some of the world’s best senior jokes
    with useful information and poignant true stories.


    Mature, Not Senile: This light-hearted blog offers fun yet practical advice on
    adjusting to aging and the retirement years.


    Mama Flo’s Place: This retired, ex-smoking Grandma is turning a new leaf in her
    old age.


    Of Greener Pastures: With a touch of nostalgia, this blog will lead you on a
    journey into retirement age, the age of Greener Pastures.

    Age before beauty? Either way, you go first.


    Gorgeous Grandma: Author, columnist, radio host, and speaker Alice Solomon
    for women over 50, 60, or 70 “who want to thrive, not just survive,” offers beauty
    tips, dating advice, and more.


    Brazen Hussies: This site pays homage to the golden days of Hollywood and
    serves up satire, gossip, and humor Mae West-style.


    In Touch with Jeannine: Jeannine Schenewerk offers beauty, fashion, and self-
    esteem tips for the mature woman, including help with diet, exercise, skin-care and more.


    Socializing and Dating
    In spite of what your adult children may think, seniors enjoy a social life, too.


    Senior Dating Personals: “The Blog for Senior Singles” is for those over 50
    seeking senior dating, personals, and information.


    The Senior Bachelor: Follow Richard Roe around the world as he searches for love.


    Ask Mars Venus: Touch base with a highly-skilled coach at Ask Mars Venus, the recognized leader in dating and relationship support. Every coach is extensively trained in the expert relationship advice of John Gray, best-selling author of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.


    Senior Match: This network is a safe place for meeting passionate 50+ singles.


    Better Than I Ever Expected: In her blog, author Joan Price offers straight talk
    about sex after 60, aiming to prove that older women are not sexless.


    The Elders Tribune: This co-op online publication is a gathering place – a community -for older adults to socialize and meet new people.


    Money & Retirement
    Whether you’re already retired or soon to be, these blogs will help you with your money questions.


    Aging Gratefully: Form the retirement that you always wanted with co-hosts that
    call themselves the Doctor and the Man From Hollywood. Show how hip you are by subscribing to their podcasts as well!


    Scott Burns: With nearly 40 years of experience, Scott Burns ranks as one of the five most widely read personal finance writers in the country.


    The Money Alert: A helpful source for personal finance and retirement planning.


    The Retirement Pros: Your Retirement Professionals are experts in the field of investing. This site will help you understand your financial options for securing a comfortable retirement life.


    Retirement 4 U: This blog offers simple – and not so simple – tips for retirement planning.


    Retirement Investigator: If you’re about to retire, or have already retired, this blog
    will keep you up-to-date on retirement issues. Stay on top of the ever-changing information – from raising grandkids to investing – and learn all you can about happy retirement.


    Consumer Reports Retirement: We trust consumer reports to tell us which car or
    refrigerator to buy. Now trust them for advice on a happier, healthier retirement.


    Money and Happiness: Knowing that many Americans are worried about their
    ability to afford a comfortable retirement, author Laura Rowley blogs about her book Money & Happiness: A Guide to Living the Good Life.


    Sam Speak: Random thoughts from a typical 50-year-old male and his experiences in selecting a financial planner and everything else than retirement entails.


    Retire to India: Nigel, a 40-something engineer, is a first-generation immigrant and a naturalized US citizen who wants to share his plan for generating income in early retirement.


    Retirement Think: This blog is for people of all ages who want to map out a retirement plan and learn about 401Ks, IRAs, pension plans, and more.


    If you aren’t spending your retirement traveling, then join these folks on line.


    Costa Rica Retirement: Want to retire in Costa Rica? Or perhaps you already have? This blog will help you make the most of it!


    In Search of Nirvana: Join this retired firefighter as he and his wife begin a new life on the Maltese Island of Gozo.


    Gray Googlers: This couple hopes to make new friends on the road and the Internet as they travel through retirement.


    Senior Travel: This blog helps seniors who love to travel find exciting adventures and great discounts.


    Living in Dominica: Observations of retirement in the West Indian island of Dominica.


    Baby Boomer Advocate: Boomers can find loads of information about retirement, travel, vacation, education, activities, and so much more.


    Computer use among seniors continues to grow. Let these informative tech blogs help you expand your knowledge base.


    The Future of Aging: SOTEL Communities explores how technology will affect aging in the future.


    Senior Net: A senior’s go-to place to learn about the Internet and using the computer.


    The Savvy Boomer: Visit this guide to technology and the Internet for Boomers and Seniors.


    Vaboomer: Via workshops, teleconferences, and e-books, cultural anthropologist and Boomeranger Virginia Cornue, PhD, provides culture and support for Baby Boomers.


    Miiikee World: Information on technology (and more!) from the mind of an active, twice-retired senior citizen who’s not heading to the rocking chair anytime soon.

    Legacy Blogging
    Through the treasured stories of their lives, seniors are passing on their values and life lessons.


    The Life of Riley: Olive Riley of Queensland, Australia, is 107 years old and sharing her extensive life experiences – she was there for the opening of the Sydney Harbor Bridge! – on her blog (or, as she calls it, her “blob”).


    My Mom’s Blog: Thoroughly Modern Mille Garfield is blogging at age 82 years young. Millie’s knack for humorous and authentic storytelling will keep you coming back for more.


    Quilting from the Preacher’s Kid: Jan Boillat shares her musings about “the golden years” in this inspirational blog.

    Retired Journalists
    Where are they now? We trusted their reporting in years past, and they’re still working hard to bring us the truth.


    Time Goes By: Former radio and television reporter Ronnie Bennett brings her skills to this blog with information on every aspect of aging: age discrimination, politics, public policy, technology, family, death, and so much more.


    Boomers TV: Seasoned broadcast journalists and Boomer couple Mark and Nancy Mills share compelling stories of Boomers moving into a new phase of life.

    The Columnists: This is where “those ol’ geezers and geezerines” go after they retire from the city newspaper. The Columnists give us humor, nostalgia, and a “old” slant on new issues.


    The Octogenarian: This first-generation American and World War II veteran shares his memoirs as a retired journalist and his commentaries on current world events.


    The Erickson Tribune: America’s largest publication for people 65+ is published by Tom Mann. In his blog, Mann wants our country’s “most ignored generation” to
    know he’s listening.

    Just for Seniors
    This extensive list of blogs illustrates just how varied blogging entertainment can be.


    The New Old Age: NY Times writer Jane Gross discusses the rewards and challenges of the sandwich generation, with advice from professionals and the wisdom of her own experience.


    GenBetween: Older than your kids, younger than your parents. This blog is for those balancing life in the middle.


    Third Age Blog: Third Age is the most exciting time of your life! Visit this blog for advice about health, relationships, career, and more.


    I Don’t Feel 50: IDF50 is for anyone over 50 (and all those hoping to get there). You’ll do more than just sit and read at this interactive site.


    AARP: Leave it to AARP to bring you a blog filled with an inspiring collection of personal stories and essays on all topics, from all points of view.


    Senior Planet: This blog is self-titled “the digital community for older adults.


    Seniors Site: Blog about anything from assisted living to health care to Burma Shave sign sightings!


    50 Plus – Feeling 30: Who says 50 is old? This site knows that seniors are still young at heart.


    Senior Friendly Libraries: This extensive site covers everything from adult day care to senior stereotypes to Wii games for the elderly.


    Quality Retirement: A blog of great resources, articles, links, and more about retirement.


    Boomer Smarts: Useful information for Baby Boomers can be found at this site.


    Let Life In: Let Life In is an attitude about being over 50. Learn to accept all of the experiences of life – the concerns, the controversies, and the good stuff.


    Silver Innings: The blog welcomes senior citizens and their family members to share their elder stories.


    Senior Time: Quickly find top senior news headlines from major publications and websites.


    Over 50 Website: Baby Boomers find help with health & beauty, finances, and more.


    Reboot You: Reinvent yourself with idea, tips, and inspiration from this consultant Lee Calloway’s blog.


    The Gray Wave: For the first time in anyone’s memory, nearly 30% of the US population will be over 60. The “Gray Wave” is gaining strength.


    Retirement Detox: With informative resources and inspirational articles, Retirement Detox helps people get the retirement they deserve.


    So Baby Boomer: This is a blog for baby boomers who boast the title and set trends.


    Retired and Ready To: Retirement is about more than financial planning. It’s an adventure, a lifestyle.


    Added Years: This Baby Boomer’s Guide to a Great Retirement will help you make the next 30 years the very best of your life.


    Contemporary Retirement: Ann Harrison is a Retirement Options-trained coach
    and a Too Young to Retire facilitator. Find her information, advice, and articles


    Million Baby Boomers: This blog offers new perspectives about baby boomers, retirement, and more.


    Serene Ambition: These Boomers in transition share their thoughts on aging, making a difference, and collaborating with other generations.

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