I’m hosting the weekly BloggingBoomers Carnival. Here’s what we’ve got:
Just when you think it’s safe to take a bite, the labels have you fooled. LifeTwo’s new columnist Kerri Zane runs down a few low-fat foods in your grocery aisle that you should think twice about before tossing in your cart.
It’s All About Aging wants you to use hurricane season as a good reason to
scan all your important papers and store them online or on a portable drive in case of emergency.
Several recent genetic discoveries could help doctors evaluate much earlier how aggressive a man’s prostate cancer is. SoBabyBoomer says that such genetic tests for prostate cancers would go well beyond the current PSA test (for prostate-specific antigen) used for screening boomer men in general.
Want to look more energetic and vibrant? Find out how to inject some “sportiness” into the way you dress and look ten years younger. Visit the Glam Gals at Fabulous after 40.
There is a whole new world of phones geared for the hard-of-seeing,
hard-of-hearing. Janet Wendy at Gen Plus checks out Just5, the newest kid
on the block.
The Midlife Crisis Queen is in crisis about whether writing a blog is worth her time and effort. Please help her out at: Do bloggers deserve to make a living too?
Over at Contemporary Retirement, Ann asks: What do you think of middle-aged women who go on vacation and fall for ‘a pair of flashing, dark eyes, a mouthful of white teeth and an endless stream of compliments’?
Have you been holding off on creating a LinkedIn profile because you’re not sure it will be of value to you? Well, it’s time to get off the fence! Andrea Stenberg lists 7 businesses that should use LinkedIn. This should help you decide.
Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad has returned to the sport at age 60 to try to establish a new record. The Boomer Chronicles has the details.