These are just some of the subjects broached by the Boomer Bloggers this month…
Over at A Healing Spirit, Carol Cassara thought this would be a good time to remind us of Three Easy Meditations anyone can do to manage stress or anxiety. Very easy, even for someone who has never before meditated.
Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com just finished reading a book about communicating with animals. She is now attempting to use animal telepathy on her two chihuahuas. So far, they are looking at her as if she’s mad but she’s still trying. It’s a great book, though, especially if you want to go into the pet whispering biz. But it takes a little practice.
Every once in a while, Tom at Sightings Over Sixty realizes that he has no idea what’s going on in the world today. Take a leap of faith over to More Stuff I Don’t Understand to see some of the things that puzzle him — and that will no doubt puzzle you as well.
The Fourth of July is all about summer. Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting enjoys the slower pace of the season, although admittedly this year has been slow-paced since March. This year she enjoys the simple pleasures of summer close to home.
Is your favorite thing to do the same thing over and over again? Jennifer, of Unfold and Begin, says her favorite thing to do is to try new things. And that’s something that’s possible, even if you’re still in a Covid-19 lockdown. It’s time to get off that merry-go-round of doing the same thing day in and day out then take a chance and try something new.
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer and financial journalist, writes about how the Fourth of July is different this year due to the coronavirus. For example, 74 percent of Americans won’t be traveling and one in four people don’t feel comfortable going to a beach, according to a survey.
And as for me, Independence Day always reminds me of a certain Fourth I spent with my Dad in a Veteran’s Hospital. It was a holiday neither of us would forget.
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See you next time!