July 2011

How Can We Change the Negative Attitudes Toward Older Workers?

Older workers get a bad rap: too slow, not productive enough. ButContinue Reading

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Not Your Typical Hendrix Cover Band

Young@Heart is singing rock ‘n roll, dancing, and touring Europe—in their 70s,Continue Reading

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July 2011

What Are The Top Three Age-Friendly Cities?

Happy 65th birthday, 78 million boomers! Just 20 more years until you’reContinue Reading

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July 2011

Should the Boomer Generation Be Called the Divorce Generation?

Just read a piece in the Minneapolis Star Tribune (http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/125272069.html) that says one-quarterContinue Reading

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Wising Up With Retirement

In his Huffington Post piece, Aging Guru Ken Dychtwald mentions a 2011Continue Reading

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July 2011

Latest Boomer Trends In Housing

So great to research alternatives to being alone and lonely in laterContinue Reading

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July 2011

Married But Living Apart?

It’s a phenomenon, not just a media headline. More older, long-married couplesContinue Reading

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July 2011

MetLife Quick Facts About Aging and Boomers

For the last six months, I have written a monthly newsletter forContinue Reading

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Is Making Friends Harder for Baby Boomers?

Some people have so many friends that the thought of making newContinue Reading

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Homeless No More

My latest article for AARP Bulletin covers homeless veterans not only givenContinue Reading

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Areas of Expertise:
Aging and Baby Boomers ›
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Award-winning writer specializing in aging and baby boomers for national and custom magazines, the web, companies, and organizations.

Print and Internet: features, news, Q & A’s, profiles, and ghostwriting. Author of two books, including a national book tour.

Corporate Communications: web content, brochures, newsletters, media kits, reports, executive profiles, marketing materials, advertorials, and features.

Check out my latest work for AARP, inspiring people age 50+ for TIME, and my MetLife report on purpose in later life.

Recipient of two fellowships on aging from the New York Times Foundation and the MetLife Foundation.

Blogger for the Huffington Post's new Huff/Post 50 section.


 
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