We hear it all the time that ‘’age is just a number’’ but how do Baby Boomers really feel about that sentiment particularly indigenous people? Do they view ageing in the same way as the non-indigenous population? For this episode, Booms Day panelists join forces to share their insights regarding the issue of ageing among the indigenous population.
Most Baby Boomers have lived extraordinary lives in their youth – witnessing some of the most momentous events in modern history such as the first moon landing and the birth of environmentalism and modern feminism. Many Baby Boomers have now entered the next stage of their lives: retirement. Are they too old to be doing certain things? We always hear the expression “age is just a number’’ but is really true?
Boomsday Prepping airs another exciting episode to discuss this important issue. Find out what the panelists have to say about their age.
In our daily lives, we cannot foresee the things that might going to happen whether it is good or bad. Sometimes we always wonder if someone we love might suddenly disappear permanently on this earth and we also always get agitated and deny that fact but we have to deal with it and be ready for it especially for the Baby Boomers. Some of the oldest Baby Boomers have already experienced and handled these kind of situations but others who are in the transition of becoming a Baby Boomer needs to understand and how to deal with these factors and impact of grief and loss because all we know is that we will encounter these situations when the time comes.
The Booms Day Prepping panelists come together to discuss this significant issue in order to enlighten and provide knowledge to the Baby Boomers.
Many people between the age of 52 to 72 still want to remain engaged in business and in their community. Baby Boomers still consider themselves young and passionate to learn things. The question is, do companies still encourage them to keep working? Or is life really over when we reach 60?
Our Boomsday Prepping panelists, being in the business themselves, gather to talk about this important subject matter in this new episode. They share their own experiences and knowledge in terms of the role they all play in managing, supporting, and changing our society.
Episode 25 – Botox and Anti-aging Treatment: How Baby Boomers View Ageing Physically and Emotionally
According to co-host Dr. Drew, Botox is the most popular, modern, non-surgical, anti-aging treatment.
He said that “Botox or Clostridium Botulism. So it’s an organism found in the natural environment within our natural environment and it’s largely inactive and non-toxic to the natural environment. So it’s used to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and it does this specifically by paralyzing underlying muscles within the body.”
Some of the reasons why Botox is being used is to it removes wrinkles, fine lines and even help stop sweating profusely. Dr. Drew also said that Botox is approved by the medication industry to be used for post stroke, overactive bladder, spasms in the muscles and rigidities, the chronic migraine and others.
In this episode, our Baby Boomers discuss their thoughts on anti aging, more information about Botox, its pros and cons, and they have touched a bit on other anti-aging treatments. There’s no doubt this will be a very interesting topic as the team once again offers their personal insights about healthy aging and what our bodies go thru as we age.
Hard work, discipline, resourcefulness and mental focus are just a few of the many values that the Baby Boomer generation have grown up with. But they did pass on those values onto to their children? What are Baby Boomers like as parents? How are they as grandparents?
These days there are Baby Boomers who are having children later in life and the statistics continue onto to its upward trajectory. What is it like raising children in their 50’s or 60s’ compared to raising them in their 20’s, 30’s or 40’s?
These are some of the questions that the fabulous Booms Day Prepping panelists are going to discuss on this podcast. In this episode, the panelists are joined by a special guest Chris Curnow, a good friend of co-host Dr. Drew Dwyer, who at the age 59 have kids under the age of 7.
Snail mail, the fax machine and CDs have all become things of the past.
All of these things have been replaced by modern day technology. Snail mail and the fax machine have been replaced by email and social media networks. CDs have been replaced by iTunes and digital downloading. But what about books? Well many people nowadays prefer to read using ebooks. Is it better than reading old-fashioned printed books? Does it affect the amount of knowledge being shared and absorbed by the readers?
What do Baby Boomers think about this? There’s no doubt that the Booms Day Prepping panelists love to read. Today they team up once again for another exciting episode to talk about their love for reading and what books have made an impact on their lives.
Many Baby Boomers are about to enter retirement age. It’s time to think about what are they going to go in this critical stage of their lives. How important is the aspect of accommodation planning in retirement? What are options that are available? How important is planning before one reaches the critical point? Once again, the amazing Booms Day Prepping panelist come together on the program to discuss this very important issue that concerns all Baby Boomers.
Everyone in the world has a favorite hobby. It’s very common when you first meet someone, one of the questions you ask is “what’s your favorite hobby?” or “what do you do in your free time?” Some people like photography, some like writing, others like reading a good book. What about Baby Boomers? What are the hobbies that interest them? Are their interests different from those of other generations such as Millennials? The insightful Booms Day Prepping panelists join together to discuss their own favorite pastime. Let’s find out what do they love to do during their free time.
A lot of Baby Boomers don’t like terms “senior” or “elderly.” It’s probably because ageing is associated with some undesirable aspects such as declining health, loss of independence, boredom and loneliness. So whether it’s positive or negative is a matter of the individual’s own emotional intelligence. During their younger days, Baby Boomers were considered to be the most productive and hard working generation the world has ever seen. They built up good careers for themselves and raised their children very well. Now Baby Boomers are entering their third stage of life which is retirement but despite that they continue to encounter many new and amazing experiences. What are the aspects involved in ageing? Is age really just a number? These are some of the questions that the Booms Day Prepping panelists are going to answer this podcast.