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Summer of Love 50 Years Later: Make Love, Not War - In the summer of 1967, America found itself in a very similar place to where it finds itself today, 50 years later. The country was bitterly divided, torn asunder by a generation gap; glaring racial, cultural, political, economic, educational, and lifestyle differences; a seemingly endless and possibly unwinnable war in a distant foreign land; and […]
Author Warren Adler: Perspectives on Aging - Warren Adler is the bestselling author of 50+ novels, hundreds of short stories, plays and essays including ‘The War of the Roses,’ ‘Private Lies’ and ‘Random Hearts’ (which was also a hit movie). His short story collection, ‘The Sunset Gang,’ was adapted into the beloved mini-series on PBS, which garnered Doris Roberts an Emmy nod. […]
Baby Boomer Job Search: Lost In Cyberspace - By Mary Eileen Williams One of the best ways to find work quickly is to avoid one of the biggest time-wasters that may well be sabotaging your efforts. Take a moment to ask yourself this question…. Are you lost in cyberspace? Studies show that, despite all of the job boards and websites, a minimum of […]
A Laugh A Day Keeps the Doctor Away - Have you had a good chuckle today? If you haven’t you may want to. Laughter is really good for you and your health – both physically and emotionally. According to the Mayo Clinic, when you have a good laugh, it can result in some pretty good health benefits. Here are just some of the short […]
Ageism – A Discrimination that Affects Us All - By Susan Williams When I say the word ageism – what do you think of? Do you think of older workers being passed over in favour of hiring younger people? Or do you think of how older people are mistreated or ignored by society? Sadly, ageism is this plus so much more. Ageism is the most […]
The Summer of Love 1967 – 50 Years Later - In the summer of 1967, America found itself in a very similar place to where it finds itself today, 50 years later. The country was bitterly divided, torn asunder by a generation gap; glaring racial, cultural, political, economic, educational, and lifestyle differences; a seemingly endless and possibly unwinnable war in a distant foreign land; and […]

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