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Blogging Boomers Carnival #49

I'm in the 'Blogging Boomers'  chair this week, so, without further ado, here we go:

This Holiday season, Lloyd at Your Drum urges everyone to help the homeless or anyone less fortunate. Felix Middleton is an example of how one person made a difference and helped change the world.  http://www.yourdrum.com/yourdrum/2007/12/help-the-homele.html

Wendy brings some exciting job news to this week’s table.  Kelly Services bring their formidable network of recruiters to 50 plus jobseekers through a pilot partner program with Gen Plus!
http://genplus.blogspot.com/2007/12/welcome-kelly-services-hello-jobs-for.html

Inquiring minds want to know: How long should you save the stuff you inherited from your deceased parents? Find the answer from Rhea at  The Boomer Chronicles. http://www.thegeminiweb.com/babyboomer/?p=1381

Ron at I Remember JFK reminisces about how we learned early to appreciate the weekends when we were kids and how, even before we were old enough to be subjected to the drudgery of going to school five days a week, we lived for Saturday morning cartoons.
http://www.irememberjfk.com/mt/2007/12/saturday_morning_cartoons.php

Who’s your best friend this holiday season who’ll never let you down?  Your little black dress, of course. If you don’t have one, or need an update, then zip on over to Fabulous after 40 where Deb and JoJami give advice on the most flattering styles for boomer gals.
http://www.cafeglam.com/2007/11/the-little-bl-1.html

Wesley and Greg, the guys at Life Two offer: More options for middle age women who want to give birth; More risks too...
http://lifetwo.com/production/node/20071207-more-options-for-middle-age-women-who-want-to-give-birth-more-risks-too

John at So Baby Boomer asks: Remember when you believed that you could change the world?  Where are those dreams and aspirations of youth?  You may feel you are now ready for a life makeover but are not sure what the changes should be.  But you know you want more than what is...as you approach your second career. http://coachingtip.blogs.com/so_baby_boomer/2007/12/second-career-a.html

And, last but not least, we have a new blogger joining the carnival – Cindy Samuels – a well-connected, very cool boomer blogger who writes: My farewell to NaBloPoMo was strangely emotional – I loved writing every day and surprised myself more than once..
http://dontgelyet.typepad.com/dontgeltoosoon/2007/11/i-can-see-this.html

Welcome to the gang, Cindy!  Oh and before you all go, have a look at this fantastic video that I found on YouTube:
http://contemporaryretirement.typepad.com/contemporary_retirement/2007/12/youll-believe-a.html...

You'll believe a man can fly...

Comments

Maddy

Newbie - it's like a selection box! I'll make a start.
Cheers

Ann Harrison

Welcome Maddy! Hope you enjoy it.

Amy Sherman

How do I go about joining this boomer carnival. I have a boomer site www.bummedoutboomer.com and I would love to be part of all this.

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