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After my recent trip to Europe, I’d like to update my travel tips. Previously, I had recommended travelling by train and purchasing a Eurail pass. This is no longer the case for a few reasons.
Having recently returned from a 4 week road trip around Andalucia, here are my tips for the budget-minded babyboomer.
Grandchildren make Christmas the most magical time of your life. When their little faces light up with excitement about the festivities, you recapture that sparkle of youth. Let that youthful joy envelop you and allow you to become that small child again.
Morocco on your bucket list as a babyboomer? These hints will prepare you for a fantastic journey into another world!
Once men reach middle-age, there are certain foods which should be moderated more heavily than others, and a few which you should avoid altogether.
There is nothing more satisfying than to find a common interest with your grandchild.
Are you a babyboomer thinking of travelling to Russia? Maybe you can learn from my experiences, both good and bad.
Research shows that depression can affect anybody, but some demographics are more prone to it than others. For instance, middle-aged men go through depression in high numbers.
Our bodies have many ways to remind us about the passing decades and that we are not so young and spry as we once were.
Here are three tips showing how men over 50 can give their metabolism a boost and feel like they never left the 40s.
You’re planning a trip to Europe, but you’re a babyboomer on a budget. Where should you go? I recommend Tallinn and here are ten reasons why.
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