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John Thompson is your Boomer specialist. He holds the SRES designation, Seniors Real Estate Specialist, and his focus are those who are planning their retirement years, and guiding them through life’s transitions.

baby boomersThe Golden Years. More time to enjoy life. No more commuting through heavy traffic, with long hours at the office, and the stress of jobs and work. The kids are now adults, and creating their own lives. Time for you to devote to health, sports, hobbies, cultural events, new and exciting activities, and making new friends!

We post recent articles of interest to mature adults, from many sources, including the Miami Herald, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, AARP, and other publications, making it easy for you to stay current on topics beneficial to you.

The Boomers Blog is devoted to making your life more enjoyable, by having one site that you can visit to explore the many topics that can enrich your life. Enjoy!

Attracting Bad Bugs

13 Things That Attract Bad Bugs to Your House and Yard Your Porch is Probably a Bug Magnet Here is an article I came across from House Beautiful written by Caroline Picard. I thought you might find it interesting as I did. Hopefully it will help you reduce your home...

Lower Cholesterol

11 foods that lower cholesterol Article from HEALTHbeat of Harvard Medical School If your diet gave you high cholesterol, it can lower it, too It's easy to eat your way to an alarmingly high cholesterol level. The reverse is true, too — changing what foods you eat can...

Fruits With the Most — and Least – Sugar

Which Fruits Have the Most Sugar? Article from WebMD Mangoes Fruit’s good for you! It has fiber and other nutrients you need. But it also has natural sugar, and some have more than others. For example, one mango has a whopping 45 grams of sugar -- not your best choice...

Yoga for Boomers

The physical benefits of yoga Article from HEALTHBeat from Harvard Medical School Yoga promotes physical health in multiple ways. Some of them derive from better stress management. Others come more directly from the physical movements and postures in yoga, which help...

Ketamine and Depression

Ketamine And Depression: FAQ Article from WebMD written by Stephanie Watson Major depression affects more than 16 million American adults each year, nearly a third of whom don't find relief from antidepressants and other traditional treatments. When depression isn't...

Healthy Foods

Choose Healthy Foods as You Age Article from the National Institute on Aging - NIH Choosing healthy foods is a smart thing to do—no matter how old you are! Here are some tips to get you started: Eat many different colors and types of vegetables and fruits. Make sure...

Seniors Stay Cool

Advice for older adults on staying cool in hot weather Article from National Institutes of Health Risk of heat-related health problems increases with age. With summer here and the temperatures rising, it is important to understand the health risks that excessive heat...

$10 Lifetime National Park Pass for Seniors

Nationwide - $10 – Seniors Only: National Parks Lifetime Pass, Save $70  From Travelzoo for U.S. National Parks The Deal If you’re 62 years of age or older, you can purchase lifetime access to over 84 million acres of protected land for just $10. On Aug. 28, the pass...

Benefits of Exercising

Exercise: What's In It for You? 12 Reasons to Start Exercising Now Article from WebMD Better Mood Cranky? Get moving. Exercise makes you feel happier. When you work out, your body makes endorphins -- "feel-good" chemicals in the brain. You can actually start to feel...


Stress relief tips for older adults Know the symptoms, get the treatment right for you Article from Harvard Health Publication written by Heidi Godman Stress in adults, especially older adults, has many causes. You may experience it as a result of managing chronic...

Vitamin D

The Truth About Vitamin D Article from WebMD Vitamin D: Wonder Pill or Overkill? Wouldn’t it be great if one vitamin could build stronger bones and protect against diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease, and depression? Or even help you lose weight?...

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