Browsing Category "Baby Boomer Lady"
Unplugged
By     |    Jun 13, 2014
Posted in: Baby Boomer Lady, Editing, Nature, Travel     |    3 Comments

Unplugged

Every once in a while I need to unplug, turn down the noise, and take some time to unwind. This past weekend was one of those times. We loaded the old family truckster and headed to the wild, blue yonder, just my husband, the two dogs, and me. A couple of the locals The actual road trip isn’t all that peaceful because the 18 year-old lab mix does not travel […]

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Using an Anthology about the 60s and 70s with Younger Generations
By     |    Dec 6, 2013
Posted in: Baby Boomer Lady, Books, Little Lady, Publishing, Writing     |    18 Comments

Using an Anthology about the 60s and 70s with Younger Generations

Here at the Lit Ladies blog, we range in age from a senior in high school to a baby boomer. We love the idea of the anthology Times They Were A-Changing, and we are honored to have a guest post from editor Kate Farrell about using this book with a younger generation, like our own Little Lady! Thank you to WOW! Women On Writing for sponsoring the blog tour! We […]

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Let’s Talk Bucket Lists
By     |    Oct 11, 2013
Posted in: Baby Boomer Lady, Bucket List, Family, Travel     |    8 Comments

Let’s Talk Bucket Lists

Or….what do you really want to do when you grow up?   I’ve never really thought much about what I want to do before I permanently check out. Until recently. I’m not getting any younger and another decade is rapidly approaching. Also a good friend (who has always been the picture of health) had a recent health scare. A couple of other friends are having back surgery, knee surgery and […]

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Birthing a Baby Boomer
By     |    Aug 23, 2013
Posted in: Aging, Baby Boomer Lady, Family, Uncategorized     |    8 Comments

Birthing a Baby Boomer

Budget Lady has morphed into Baby Boomer Lady. Excuse my transition but Baby Boomer Lady really fits me better and covers a larger scope of things I want to share with you. Baby Boomers were born between the years 1946 and 1964 in what was called the Post-World War II baby boom. Soldiers came home from war, life resumed, and thanks to the G. I. Bill suburbia was born. The […]

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