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Baby Boomers U.S. Blog CarnivalWelcome to the March 7, 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!


Thad Puckett presents Twitter: Is it Built for Boomers? posted at The Geezer Gadget Guy, saying, “Focus of this article is helping Boomers understand Twitter, whether they are Twitter users or not.”

terry hamburg presents Baby Boomers Caught The Bug posted at, saying, “If there were “a car” of the boomer generation, this was it.”


Debbie Denard presents 10 Things Kids Will Try that Adults Would Chicken Out Of posted at Nanny, saying, “Remember how fearless you were as a kid? You would do just about anything on a dare. Life lessons like failure, pain and embarrassment would come later.”


Peter Stockwell presents Try These Good Healthy Lunch Ideas posted at The Senior Walking Fitness Blog, saying, “Try these really healthy lunch ideas.”


Dr. Dean presents How To Get A Raise: In Three Easy Steps! posted at Dr. Dean’s Blog, saying, “Looking for a raise in pay? Don’t overlook the homemade kind. Get rid of those automatic deductions that easily become slick demonic seductions taking wealth rather than giving pleasure. You’ll think you got a raise with the money you’ll save!”


Peter Stockwell presents Healthy Food Ideas to Lose Weight posted at The Senior Walking Fitness Blog, saying, “Try this really healthy breakfast.”

FitBuff presents Stretches for Lower Back Pain – Tampa Chiropractor posted at Tampa Chiropractor, saying, “Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints people have when visiting a hospital or seeking alternative treatment. Surgery should only be considered as an absolute last resort as this Tampa chiropractor knows, so try some of these natural stretches and exercises at home first…”

Kelly Fitzsimmons presents Plank Exercise Variations – The Definitive Guide posted at Weight Loss Ninja, saying, “This is article details how to perform plank exercises. Planking is an easy way for Baby Boomers to improve core strength without the aches and pains of doing sit-ups.”

presents How to Meditate – My Spin on Mindfulness Meditation posted at Reformed Misanthrope, saying, “An entertaining, step-by-step guide to basic mindfulness meditation.”

Linda@NHE presents Health Benefits of A Rocking Chair posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, “Rocking chairs do more than soothe. They can actually help with your overall health.”

Sesa presents Beauty Tips and Resolutions For 2012 posted at Cheers, Ladies!, saying, “The New Year offers baby boomers everywhere a chance to make resolutions to improve their health and fitness. These resolutions include adopting a healthier diet, eliminating stress, avoiding vice and exercising regularly. Learn how to stick to your health resolutions by reading this article.”

Super Saver presents The Joy of Nearsightedness posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, “My eyesight actually improved for reading and I don’t need read glasses :-)


Jen Winslow presents Shit BA50s Say posted at Better After 50, saying, “A humorous boomer perspective on the Sh*t People Say Meme.”

Rachel C. presents 5 Worst Things to Come From the Baby Boomer Generation | posted at Senior Care, saying, “As Baby Boomers reach retirement age, they are starting to feel the aches and pains that come with growing older. But some people will say that Baby Boomers brought a lot of the aches and pains on themselves with the way they behaved as they grew up. There is a long list of accomplishments that the Baby Boomer generation can be proud of, such as new medical treatments and advancements in communication technology. However, there are a few things that they can’t live down.”


Theresa Torres presents 7 Most Beautiful Lighthouses in The World posted at Like a Bump on a Blog, saying, “If you’re planning to travel near coastlines, consider visiting some fascinating lighthouses on your way. It’s an interesting way to soak up on a bit of history. Here are just some of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world.”

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9 Responses to “Baby Boomers Blog Carnival One Hundred thirty-fourth Edition”

  1. Thad P says:

    Thanks for including me Joe! I am sharing this link far and wide.

  2. Thad P says:

    Thanks for including my post about Twitter. I have, appropriately, tweeted about the Boomer Carnival!

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  4. Dr Dean says:

    Thanks for including my post. Good carnival, I really like the article about the rocking chairs. Nice thoughts in there.

  5. I appreciate the special mention of my blog. Those lighthouses are amazing!

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  7. Robert Franklin says:

    My favorite article is the one about lighthouses. I live near the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse in Florida. It may not be one of the most beautiful, but it is the brightest in Florida and its light can be seen 25 miles out into the Atlantic Ocean.

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