Browsing All posts tagged under »life over 50«

Guerrilla Aging:Paying Homage to the Grown Up Brain

December 18, 2012


Please visit for our first guest blog from Lynne Spreen.  Lynne is the author of Dakota Blues, a novel about a woman’s midlife journey, reinvention, and finding one’s power in the second half of life. Her blog is , and you will thank me for leading you to it. Everything Lynne writes makes me […]

From Communes to Cohousing

May 7, 2012


For those Boomers who were too young in the hippie era to have grabbed their love beads, leapt into a VW van and headed to the nearest commune, or, for those Boomers who were intrigued with the idea of communes but not the reality, take heart: There is a housing revolution in the making, spearheaded […]

The Missing Body Parts of Women Over 50

December 30, 2011


(The following is the ninth in Life in the Boomer Lane’s new series, “Old Posts to Dredge out on Slow Weekends Because When I Posted Them Originally People Cared More About the Economy and World Peace Than My Blog.” Although nothing has changed, it’s the start of a really slow weekend, blogging-wise.) LBL’s tonsils have been gone […]