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Blogging Boomer Carnival 150: Travels and Tartans, RV’s and Gym-frees.

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

It's All About Aging Blogging Boomers CarnivalWelcome to this week’s Blogging Boomers Carnival #150. I have the honor of hosting all these great blogs by and about Baby Boomers this week. volunteers at a Homeless Shelter and finds warmth not despair.

A Facebook Fan Page is a great way to promote your business. If you’ve been wanting to create a Fan Page, but didn’t know where to start, check out this nice how-to video by Andrea J. Stenberg: How to Create a Facebook Fan Page.

Intrepid traveler, Barbara Weibel at Hole In The Donut, is headed out on the backpacking trail again, this time to Mexico, Central and South America for four months. Her post this week explains how she came to give away or sell most of her possessions to pursue life on the road as a travel writer and photographer.

And if backpacking isn’t your thing, the Boomer Chronicles says RVs are 100 years old this year.

SoBabyBoomer tells us that, at roughly 50 gallons per person per year, our consumption of soda, not to mention other sugar-sweetened beverages, is far from moderate, and appears to be an important factor in the rise in boomer grandchildren’s childhood obesity.

At Writing Without Periods, Jenny explains why she’s Gym-free, Guilt-free…and Lovin’ It. Read how she quit beating herself up about not going to the gym.

Is this a midlife crisis or the opportunity of a lifetime?  The Midlife Crisis Queen has some thoughts on what questions to ask yourself when a life crisis strikes.

Are you curious about the latest medical research on aging?  Click here!

Are men with school-age kids are somehow undate-able? That’s the realization that one contributor is facing.

Cos Costi of design company, Michaela Louisa, really shot himself in the foot when he said that ‘women over 50 could not look sexy!’ and that there was no way he would want Michaela Louisa clothes associated with 50+ women.  Get the full story over at Contemporary Retirement.

Are you mad for plaid, and does it work after 40? Check out what the Glam Gals have to say at Fabulous after 40.

From It’s All About Aging, how do you feel about cell phones and driving? Would you sign Oprah’s no phone in the car pledge?