9/11 was a solemn period for our country followed by national grief. Hopefully we won’t be forced to endure another such tragedy in our lifetimes. On a personal level, however, loss is inevitable as is the resulting grief. In response, two new books have come out exploring how to deal with the sadness of the loss of a loved one. Both are addressed at LifeTwo.
Ann Harrison, Contemporary Retirement, from across the pond, shares her remembrances of that day, and some lovely thoughts about the day of service. On a practical note, I also want to share with you her tips on how to use Facebook when you’re over 50.
SoBabyBoomer says that vastly more Americans believe in flying saucers and 9/11 conspiracy theories than believe in the notion of balanced mainstream news media. That’s why they check out specialty blogs to find out what’s happening now.
If you are a fashionista who’d like to spread the message of peace, then visit Fabulous after 40 for the chance to win a Peace Yoga Tote bag from the Glam Gals. It’s their way of honoring those brave souls who gave their lives in 911.
The Boomer Chronicles sends some help for fall job search: AARP has once again chosen the 10 best employers for 50-plus people.
It seems those turning 30 are feeling disillusioned. The Midlife Crisis Queen says just wait
If you write a blog, why not get more out of the work you put into writing new posts? Andrea J. Stenberg at The Baby Boomer Entrepreneur suggests Seven Ways to Repurpose Your Blog in Other Marketing Tools
If you’ve every wanted to come face-to-face with a bear in the wild, you’ve got to read Hole In The Donut Travel’s story about Cades Cove in Smoky Mountain National Park
Autumn’s Providence: HARVEST MOON. Have you noticed the golden, reddish large moon in Autumn? It’s called “Harvest Moon” and officially arrives October 4. Read more at Vaboomer.com
And last but not least, a post from one of our new carnival members, Menopause Musing! True to my heart (I own a pet care business!) Whatever happened to boarding a dog when you go on vacation? Or leaving your pooch with a trusted friend? Mary weighs in on a 30-something friend’s decision to send her pet to a “Doggie Dude Ranch” so the pampered pooch won’t suffer separation anxiety. Read all about Sir Baxter and Separation Anxiety.