Welcome to the May 22, 2013 edition of the Baby Boomers Blog Carnival. There are some really well thought out and insightful Boomer articles for you to peruse this week.
So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea), sit back in your most comfortable chair, put up your feet and Enjoy.
This one’s for you!
Kevin Thompson presents 10 of the Best Family-Friendly Summer Vacations posted at Nanny Needed, saying, “The array of destination possibilities seems almost endless when the entire world is at your fingertips, but some vacation destinations are just more suited to travel with the entire family than others.”
Steve Jackson presents How to Keep the Kids Safe While Spring Cleaning posted at Housekeeping, saying, “If you have children, your household mess is likely to require more attention in terms of cleaning, and the kids themselves will need to be kept safe from all those household chemicals.”
Sharon Moore presents How to Set Real World Limits Around Kids and Tech posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Technology is an everyday part of a child’s life these days. So how do you set limits around tech so your child can benefit from what it offers without being overwhelmed by it? Here are some tips that can help.”
Layla Martinez presents 10 Ways to Prevent Accidental Window Falls at Home posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, “According to emergency medicine specialists at Cincinnati Children’s, kids that live in urban areas are at an especially high risk for window falls. These injuries are so common that an entire week in April is dedicated to window safety each year in the United States of America. Keeping kids safe is a year-round job, however, and requires constant vigilance.”
Peter Stockwell presents How to Lose Weight Over 40 posted at The Senior Walking Fitness Blog, saying, “Now you have reached 40 your weight is going up. What’s happened?”
John Thomas presents Raising Kids to Be Good Stewards of the Environment posted at Houston Nanny, saying, “We all recognize the importance of conserving energy, recycling and taking good care of the planet we share. One of the easiest and most fun things we can do is get kids involved in our efforts to care for our earth.”
Sydney Bell presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Price Comparisons posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, “The savings are out there, but with so much competition for your patronage, it’s hard to know when you’re actually getting the lowest prices. Knowing how to find discounts, deals and coupons will ensure that your cash is well spent.”
Jessica Clark presents Saluting10 Famous Military People or Actors Named Ken posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “Whether in reality or fiction, the Kens of the world have had a long and illustrious association with military service. They have risen through the ranks of the sea, air and land forces to protect the world from tyranny wherever it rears its head, be it in real life or on the silver screen.”
Alaina Moore presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Creating a Workout Song List posted at aupair, saying, “Listening to music is one of the best ways to stay motivated while working out. However, choosing the wrong music can have an adverse effect on your workout.”
Stanimir Sotirov presents Natural Acid Reflux Treatment posted at Stan’s Health Blog, saying, “Acid reflux is a condition that is characterized with stomach acids rising up to the esophagus. Find out a unique natural 3 way approach for treating this condition!”
Shelby Martin presents How to Promote Healthy Eating Habits in Young Children posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “Feeding your children meals and snacks from convenience stores sends a strong, unhealthy and sometimes dangerous message.”
Super Saver presents What I’ve Learned from my Retirement Jobs posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, “There is no perfect long term retirement job for me.”
Kristine McKinley presents 10 Strategies to Maximize Your Social Security Income – An Infographic posted at Social Security Retirement Income, saying, “This is an infographic showing 10 ways to maximize your Social Security retirement benefits. I don’t know if you accept infographics for this carnival or not, but since most baby boomers are close to or already collecting Social Security, I think your readers will find this infographic very helpful. Thank you!”
Theresa Torres presents Veteran-Owned Businesses Are on Active Duty posted at CreditDonkey.com Tips, saying, “Veterans contemplating business are more likely to succeed because of the skills they possess. Here’s an infographic of veteran-owned businesses to illustrate.”
Brittany Hall presents How to Handle Awkward Moments With Your Boss posted at Nanny Interview Questions, saying, “In any career field you choose, you will be faced with the occasional awkward situation with your employer. From differences of opinion to payment disputes, the nanny industry is no exception to that rule. because the relationship between a family and the nanny that runs the household in their absence is, by nature, a bit more personal.”
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