So, if you want to know what a mature woman finds sexy, I'm betting big money that you will get a different answer from every woman who is asked. Because it's a lot less about you look like and a lot more about compatibility, wants, needs, and, of course, love.
If you are a boomer, chances are good that you are more concerned about providing appropriate care to aging parents than about the help you might need someday. But the future will see fewer family caregivers: Households have gotten smaller, and many boomers have few or no children.
there is more than one way to get anywhere. There are long ways and short ways, scenic ways and winding ways. There are even out-of-the-way ways. It doesn't matter which way you happen upon, you will arrive at your destination.
It occurred to me that there might be a significant different between those of us over 50 years of age and those yet to get there in terms of how Siri is experienced and utilized. I began to query my Silicon Valley network and heard some interesting observations.
While cost will likely remain as a top tier issue in delivering long-term care, quality from the person's perspective matters, regardless of who pays for the care
I had the strangest job interview the other day. After 30+ years in the workforce, this interview was by far the most enlightening, embarrassing, revealing and thought-provoking 30 minutes I've ever spent at the interrogation table.
Unless there are very clear reasons why you cannot remain on good terms with the Other Parent (OP) of your grandchildren, try to stay neutral in the separation.
Who is going to tell us if we are wearing something that has an expiration date and lives between out-of-style and vintage? Shopping out of our closets can be risky.
The success of your job interview is contingent upon several factors: the impact of your first impression, your ability to handle yourself well and speak to your strengths, how well your skills and experience match with the general requirements of the position, your personality and your overall professionalism. This all-important conversation is your moment to shine.
We're not getting any younger -- neither are our parents. The older we get, the more we grow concerned about how old they're getting, and with that comes worry about 'what to do with mom and dad.'
While we gray hairs may not be able to do a Rubik's cube as fast as millennials, we have -- by dint of need -- compensated by using both the left and right brains in unison.
So network smart and use these three powerful phrases to build and maintain your list of contacts. People do get people jobs and, with the right referrals, you just might land one before you know it. After all, securing a new position is the very best way to work your network!
Tell me about the "fabulously wonderful makeout party at Larry's Bar Mitzvah." You wrote about "four French kisses with Steve" like it was a good thing
Without question, there is an age bias out in the hiring market. Job candidates over 50 (who fall into the Baby Boomer bucket right now) definitely have a few hurdles to overcome. Some valid, some not. Here are some of the reasons that I believe influence companies when considering older job candidates.
On the same day that my eye caught the Honda's odometer, a younger colleague remarked that she couldn't believe I was 63, which, she noted, is even older than her parents. I silently gave thanks that I wasn't quite her grandmother's age and took her comment as the compliment that it was intended to be. I didn't point out its back-handed slap.
Each of your credit cards, etc, do not need to be in their own little plastic house. And many of the cards you carry aren't even necessary. Do you really need to carry your voter registration card? Your college ID? Store credits that expired during the Clinton administration?