Now what? Whether you’re approaching retirement age or in it and need something more, these articles and interviews can give you ideas and perspectives to find your way.
Navigating Uncharted Pandemic Waters: Online Teaching
The story of how a piano teacher used the coronavirus pandemic to change her whole approach, become technically savvy and avoid the stereotype she was afraid of.
Boomers: How to prepare to get a Job & Income in a Pandemic Economy
Kerry Hannon lays out critical actions and steps that can put you in the best position possible to adapt to the changing world of employment and sources of earned income and to do so in a way that fits in the life and kind of work you want in this stage of life.
What’s Next after the Pandemic? Insight & Advice from a Top Global Futurist
The post-coronavirus future may be as scary as the pandemic. Our world, life, economy and jobs will be different. But Karen Sands asserts there can be a silver lining
Preparing for After the Pandemic: Finances, Employment and the Economy
Chris Farrell of Marketplace shares what we should start assessing, considering and preparing for once the pandemic passes.
Boomer: Surviving the pandemic and preparing for afterwards – It is critical to stay connected
Staying connected is critical for everyone, especially those of us over 50 and particularly for solo agers. Aging expert Dr. Dara Zeff Geber and ProBoomer's Paul Long have ideas and solutions on how to be connected in the midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic.
ProBoomer: With Covid-19 How Do I Prepare for an Unknown Future?
This may be the time to think about the important things you never have time to think about. Especially people 50+ and especially now given what's happening and how our world will be different post-Covid-19. It's time to Think Different. Here are resources to kick start you.
ProBoomer Discussion: Older Worker & Younger Boss
A Generation Gap in the workplace? More and more "younger" managers leading people older than they. This can be a challenge. It can also be a huge benefit.
Reimagine your Retirement Years with Dr. Seuss
No matter your adult age, totally reimagine what you can do with your life beyond the notion of traditional retirement.
Retirement: Be Careful of what you ask for
You want it. You get it. You regret it (after the retirement honeymoon.
How to avoid the biggest regret of your life
The number one regret of those living their final days is failing to go for it. For Boomers, there is still time and phenomenal opportunities. Take a moment and gain some tools and motivation by reading on.