Or meeting the opposite sex, much less handling issues of sexually transmitted diseases.Online dating is a good way to find a soulmate for boomers and seniors who are single, divorced or widowed.Many of these websites help us to celebrate our past and relive our best memories.Others are more focused on the future and provide advice on getting the most from retirement and experiencing healthy aging.With so many baby boomer websites out there, it’s difficult to know which ones to pay attention to.So, to help you sort through the options, I have prepared a list of some of my favorites.
Everything Zoomer – If you live in Canada, you’re going to love Everything Zoomer. For example, today, they have an article entitled, “Older Adults Need to Step Up Their Efforts to Avoid Scams and Financial Problems.” Visit Boomer Consumer.I was born in England and lived in Canada, so, I always love reading their articles. They provide content for all people approaching, or already in, retirement.That said, they are definitely one of the biggest websites for older adults.In fact, you’ll probably love it, no matter where you live in the world. Changing Aging – This fascinating site focuses on all kinds of issues related to the aging process.Their writing is excellent and, in addition to the usual boomer topics, they cover news about the British Royal Family and life in Canada. They provide advice for fighting back against ageism, talk about the importance of loving yourself as an older adult and tackle aging stereotypes head on. AARP – Ok, strictly speaking, AARP is not just for boomers.