Great blog by Ashton Applewhite, author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism
A unique roommate-matching service for boomers and empty nesters who have space to share.
This is an excellent compilation by PBS that covers a wide variety of topics related to aging. One of my favorites!
Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. Her area of study is vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame. How would you like to major in that?!
She has presented two TED talks on these subjects and you’ll find the videos on her site. She is funny, warm and honest and well worth spending some time with. I haven’t read her latest book but it’s high on my list. If you get to it before I do I’d love to hear what you think.
Seth Godin has written 18 books about marketing, entrepreneurship and change. He describes himself as “Author and entrepreneur, maker of ruckuses.” Can’t wait to get started on his newest bestseller, “What to Do When It’s Your Turn.”
This blog is written by Californian Dave Bernard. I haven’t spent a long time on his site but I do like his emphasis on planning for retirement that goes beyond financial matters.
This is a huge online community of women 60+ with articles and videos that cover an amazing range of topics. Inspiring!
The most comprehensive, professionally run personal archive site in existence. You can upload thousands of photos, unlimited personal history stories, even audio files into a secure archive that can be shared with anyone you choose. The mission statement of Legacy Stories says, “Our mission is to educate, motivate and activate people to record their highest priority legacy stories before they are lost forever.”
If you’ve been procrastinating preserving your legacy because you don’t know where to start—here it is.
This one is recommended by my friend whose husband is suffering from dementia. She finds it very helpful.