Category Archives: Baby Boomer Insights

Book Description: Successful Spiritual Waiting — the 7 Maxims

As I mentioned in my blog post last month, my new book will be published soon through KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing).  I will let you know immediately when it’s available for sale on Amazon – possibly next month (May 2022). … Continue reading

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Afterword

Note: In this blog post, I am reprinting the Afterword from my newest, about-to-be-released book. In fact, I already have uploaded the book to KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing), and I will soon be reviewing the proof copy — the actual … Continue reading

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Covid culture shock without ever leaving our city

by Lee Cuesta I have lived and worked on two continents, and in multiple countries. Culture shock is inevitable. I remember a cab driver in London, and even though she was speaking English, I could not understand her! I remember … Continue reading

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Two Ways That Millennials Have It Right In The Workplace

I used to get really annoyed whenever I would see those of the younger generation at work doing something on their smart phones — whether texting or checking Facebook or playing some game — as well as taking frequent and … Continue reading

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Is War a Replaceable Invention?

War is an event that forces humans to rapidly understand the effects and uses of certain tools, whether it be for good or bad. War causes advances to happen that otherwise may not yet exist in the modern day. It seems to be an invention that in the process of committing many atrocities for only the shallow gain of some organization, inadvertently lends itself to make people think in new, different ways in order to end said war. Without the catalyst that war provides, humans may not have advanced to the point they are today. War seems to be necessary to make humans try and create a better world for the future. Continue reading

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Maintaining the machine in which I reside

My goal is 120 years.  So I am half-way through my life, truly middle age.  In order to achieve my goal, I need to maintain the machine in which I reside.  I was visiting with my mother on her birthday … Continue reading

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Cruising With Your Parent

Kathy Rasmusen is a Baby Boomer.  She lives every day in a world that many Baby Boomers are either experiencing or contemplating:  caring for their aging parents.  According to the book Generation Ageless by Smith and Clurman:  “13 million Boomers … Continue reading

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Middle Age Meets Middle School

Since I am a Baby Boomer, and my youngest son is almost 14, I have a lot to learn from him. For instance, he recently informed his mother (my wife of 31 years) and me that both “CD” and “DVD” … Continue reading

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