If you are new to Fabulous after 40, you will start to notice that each week I write a post that has links to a Blogging Boomers Carnival. What’s a Blogging Carnival? Well, it is a group of bloggers who blog on a variety of lifestyle topics that are all “Boomer” related. Each week one blogger from the group acts as “the host” and puts up all of the blog posts up on their site.
This week it’s my turn to host. I’m thrilled to introduce you to each of our Blogging buddies, so you can see who they are and what they write about!
Piracy is in the news. Did you know there were women pirates? And Sir Francis
Was Drake actually a pirate? For more pirate stories visit Vaboomer.com
On Mother’s Day, Dina at This Marriage Thing asks Boomer women, ‘what did you say to your mom?’
Barbara Weibel, that intrepid traveler at Hole In The Donut, is in Key West, where she’s ferreted out an interesting story about the USS Vandenberg, a WWII decommissioned Navy ship that has been rescued from the Ghost Fleet to serve one final mission.
Over at Don’t Gel Too Soon, how about a preview of some wonderful street music turned into a message of hope! Norman Lear is behind it, which should tell you all you need to know.
Want to know what the Midlife Crisis Queen learned from spending a day hanging with the unemployed? She learned the importance of asking for exactly what you want!
Do you have a personal social media usage policy? Andrea Stenberg at TheBabyBoomerEntrepreneur.com gives some examples of why you should have one in her post: Do Religion and Politics Mix with Social Media Marketing?
Trying to beat the economic heat in LA? Janet Wendy at GenPlus ponders the power of optimism.
LifeTwo welcomes Bradley Foster as it’s the newest contributor. Bradley works with men going through mid- life transitions, and writes that the stereotypical male midlife crisis with a sports car and extra martial affairs is in reality, far from the norm.
Have you ever spent the first week of a two-week holiday or vacation sleeping? Ann over at Contemporary Retirement takes a look at how a similar thing can happen to people on retirement.
Many women remember reading a life-changing book called “The Women’s Room” by Marilyn French. Read more at The Boomer Chronicles.
And last but not least, thoughts onI asked the question this week, Do you plan to have any cosmetic surgery in the future, and if you already have, did it change your life in any way? I would love your thoughts on this!