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Celebrating 50 big ones

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Now that I’ve officially posted for the 50th time on my blog, I would really love a littlefifty feedback from my readers. How am I doing? Please comment below so I can better understand what you like to read. Here are a few questions to help get you started:

1.  Is the content on boomerbroadcast.net interesting to you?

2.  What subjects would you like to see me cover in the future?

3.  What previous post particularly struck a chord with you?

4.  Is there an article or posting that you strongly disagreed with?

5. What suggestions would you offer to help me improve boomerbroadcast.net?

I’m here for you and I’m listening. And don’t forget, if you would like to automatically receive new postings, open the Home page and click on the teeny little box in the lower right corner of the screen that says “Follow”.

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Author: Lynda Davis

As an early Baby Boomer, born in 1947, it seems to me that as we approach our retirement years, Boomers have gone from being the energy driving our nation to slowly becoming invisible. We risk losing our identity as society remains stubbornly youth-centric. And the irony is that Gen Xers and Ys are not the majority; we are. BOOMERBROADcast is my platform for being the voice of Baby Boomers, women in particular. We've generated a lot of changes over the decades but there's still a long way to go. After a 40-year career in the corporate world, I've taken up expressing the observations and concerns of our generation. Instead of pounding the pavement in my bellbottoms with a cardboard sign, I'm pounding my laptop (I learned to type on a manual typewriter and old habits die hard). If you have issues or concerns you would like voiced or have comments on what I've voiced, I'd love to hear from you. We started breaking the rules in the sixties and now that we're in our sixties it's no time to become complacent. Hope you'll stay tuned and if you like BOOMERBROADcast, share it with your friends. Let's rock n' roll! If you would like to be notified whenever I publish a new posting, click on the little blue box in the lower right of your screen that says +Follow→ Lynda Davis

7 thoughts on “Celebrating 50 big ones

  1. Hi, Linda.
    You’ve got a beautiful-looking blog here.
    I especially like your Dear Mr. Gates posting. Tech companies just don’t get it. We don’t want software that performs miracles – just software that works!

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  2. As the name of your blog clearly indicates, your targeted audience is boomer women. I have to say as a boomer male that many of your articles / commentaries appeal to my half of the species as well. Even those that are obviously “for boomer girls only” are enjoyable reading. I commend you on the ease of flow of your writing style and look forward to future insights and opinions.

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  3. I loved the article about your days as a Bell Girl when you were working at – and living near! – the CNE. I’m not a ‘boomer broad,’ but I could absolutely relate to the experience of living and working in downtown Toronto as a young girl. And, of course, as someone who works in the marketing space I would relish any anecdotes you might have from your days at Ellis Don. Your stories and insights are fun and thought-provoking. Keep writing please!!

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  4. Isn’t it just like you to put it right out there and ask for a critique. Well my dear here goes. To date I wouldn’t change a thing. You have covered a broad range of topics and done credit to them all. Please don’t think I am just easy to please. When it comes to reading, I am discerning. I don’t waste time on anything but bestsellers and to me Lynda, that is exactly what you are. Keep up the good work. Perhaps one of these days I too will get back to writing……. poetry that is.

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