We are seeing more and more reports on boomers who live in suburbs that are
not geared for older people.
They won't all be able to drive.
Their large homes have bedrooms upstairs, not on the main floor. What if they
can't climb the stairs?
The Pew Trust says that a lot of boomers have not thought through these
I started planning for this 44 years ago. My wife is eight years younger than I
Uber is here. Self-driving cars will be here by the time that I can't get a
I don't think the transportation issue is a major concern.
Medical care is. I live three minutes from a huge, brand-new hospital
complex. It came to me. It was not there when I bought my house in the recession
I made a master bedroom on the main floor a non-negotiable issue when I
If you don't have a bedroom on the main floor, it's time to sell your home if you
are a boomer. I mean this summer -- before the recession hits.
Being a couch potato these days isn't so bad. The Internet provides all the
entertainment that most boomers need.
Technology is not standing still. So, you can sit there. The world will come
to your door. But you had better be able to pay for it.
That's why I got a second job at age 71: the Ron Paul Curriculum. It's better
than being a Walmart greeter.
Gary "Screencasts" North
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