SARAH'S BLOG OF FUN: 5 Great Websites For Baby Boomers

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

5 Great Websites For Baby Boomers

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The Baby Boomer has finally come of age, and what a great age it is. Baby Boomers have been the movers and shakers that led to the creation of a world where Education, Innovation, Human Rights and Health have become been raised in the consciousness of everyone in the world. Now that you are reaching outward from a life devoted to creating families and careers, there are many ways to keep yourself healthy. Here are 5 great websites that are going to help you stay healthy by keeping in mind that health starts with a strong body, but includes so much more.

Healthy Body – Health Post 50
The Huffington Post has grown on the wings of Arianna to become one of the preferred news and information sources for the 50+ generation. You have come to expect the stories to be balanced and well thought out, now it’s time to look at their special section that is devoted to the health matters of baby boomers. The Huff Post Health Post 50 is dedicated to presenting information, education and inspiration to help you understand health and fitness as you pass the 50 year old mark. These articles and blog posts can help you to avoid the pitfalls of aging and stay young and strong. Find out how to manage weight, exercise, sleep changes and more to help keep you active and energized.

Healthy Mind - BrainHQ
More and more research is showing that the more actively engaged you are in learning and challenging your mind to think and solve problems, the less memory loss and associated cognitive loss with aging you will experience. BrainHQ from Posit Science is the ultimate brain gym. Put together by a team of neuroscientists it host a series of puzzles and challenges online that you can do. It also offers you a way to track your progress, set goals and make sure that you are keeping your synapses just as flexible as you are keeping your hamstrings. There are many different exercises that will help you focus on retaining your critical thinking skills and sharpen your attention to detail.

Healthy Soul - iOldies
Baby Boomers mark their milestones in music to an extent that no other generation ever has and ever will. Each decade of a boomer’s life has a unique soundtrack and most of our memories and how we define ourselves is tied to the music we remember. While the Internet has been great for bringing together large libraries of music and making them available, no one wants to spend hours searching for the one song they want to hear. That where the iOldies comes in. without a doubt, iOldies is one of the best sources for music you love. Not only is it focused on collecting and offering the music of your generation, but it is built around a unique social network that lets you connect to others who share the same interest. You will find what you are looking for, meet new friends and maybe rediscover some old ones all through a shared love of music.

Healthy Life – Fab Over Fifty
If you have spent a lifetime recreating the world’s ideas on beauty, fitness, style and who a woman really is, you will love FabOverFifty. This site combines health, fashion, style, art, creativity and entertainment all geared towards women 50+ who are still creating and shaping the world. You will find tons of articles and tips to help you with every aspect of your life. Whether you are looking for new ideas for an eco-holiday trip, want to remember old ideas to recreate an old-fashioned Christmas celebration or want to understand the latest style trend, this is the perfect site for you.

Healthy Heart – Volunteer Match
Baby Boomers get the credit for making compassion a part of our daily vocabulary. Like no other generation, they are connected to a sense of community and returning to the connection as you get older is a wonderful way to keep your heart healthy and happy.Volunteer Match will let you find a match for what you have to offer in your area. Whether you can only commit for an afternoon, or are looking for a recurring gig, this is the place to find out where you are needed.

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This post is written by Sarah Coulsey. She is a Wife, and Mother of two boys living in New England. This post may contain affiliate links. Follow on Bloglovin


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