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Baby Boomers U.S. Blog CarnivalWelcome to the February 29, 2012 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!


Abby Nelson presents 10 Ways to Stand Up to Sad Puppy Dog Eyes posted at Nanny Classifieds, saying, ““He has you wrapped around his little finger!” That was the comment so often made to the parent or adult who just couldn’t resist the big sad look of the child who knew how to melt the heart and cause a reversal of any decision deemed not to his liking. Fathers, mothers, grandpas and grandmas, (especially grandpas and grandmas) fall victim to the big pleading eyes of girls and boys of all ages all the time.”

Debbie Denard presents 10 Lessons Parents Could Learn from Pirates posted at Nanny, saying, “The popularity of the Pirates of the Caribbean films have led to a surge in pirate popularity in the last decade; themed parties for kids and adults alike, novelty items and a flood of books and films have appeared to cash in on the pirate craze.”

Cindy Brick presents Five Nasty Things You Need to Do — Whether You Like It Or Not Whether You Like It Or Not posted at Brickworks – Cindy Brick Looks At Life, saying, “thank you!”


Randy Powell presents Reduce Your Healthcare costs! posted at High Alkaline Foods Diet.

Dr. Dean presents Productivity, Success, and Happiness: What The Hell? posted at Dr. Dean’s Blog, saying, “How much time do you spend doing things that don’t contribute to your success? Defining success goals will guide you to your most productive behavior. Join me in a discussion of goals that lead to success.”

Juhli Newkirk presents The tough job of letting go of intentions and aspirations posted at A Boomer Girl’s Guide, saying, “Holding on to old aspirations and intentions may be keeping you from enjoying the present. Let them go and see how you feel.”

Irene Beckerr presents 25 Fascinating Facts About Former U.S. Presidents posted at Masters in History.


Madely Zoe presents How the iPad is Measuring Up With Medical Information posted at

presents Reflexology Diagram | Diagrams of Reflexology | Reflexology posted at guruofreflexology blog.


Katie Hellerman presents A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Forensic Science: What Happens at a Crime Scene? posted at Forensic Science Degree.


Juliet Jones presents 10 Successful Businesses That Were Started in Retirement posted at Business Insurance, saying, “According to the Small Business Administration, 20% of the country’s 2012 workforce is 55 or older, and the Federal Department of Labor estimates that percentage will continue to rise.”

David K presents Baby Boomers are you Worried about having enough saved for retirement? posted at Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Here’s a simple approach: work just a few years longer. By accumulating more savings and shortening your withdrawal period, you’ll reduce the lump sum needed to generate the necessary income at retirement.”

Super Saver presents Roth IRA Contributions for Higher Income Individuals posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, “In 2010, Congress removed the income limitation to do a conversion to a Roth IRA. This created a loophole for high income people unable to make Roth IRA contributions due to income limitations.”

Jon Rhodes presents Can You Handle Money Success? posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “Once you have hit your financial goals and can retire, other challenges lay ahead. Can you keep healthy and happy without time and money constraints?”


Socratez presents The Philippines ? Where Asia Meets America posted at Socratez Online, saying, “a post about the philippines; a very nice place to visit for the holidays or to live after retirement.”


Theresa Torres presents Things to Consider Before Making a Midlife Career Change posted at Fernando Tarnogol – Careers Blog, saying, “Are you thinking of making a career change? First, have a look at the things you need to consider before taking the leap.”

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2 Responses to “Baby Boomers Blog Carnival One Hundred thirty-third Edition”

  1. Dr Dean says:

    Thanks for including my post. I’ll hoist a cup of tea tot you.