Posts Tagged ‘ senior citizen blogs ’

SENIOR TOURISTS VISIT BUTLER, PA

May 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Butler Has The Jeep… and much more for Senior Visitors Butler, PA has been selected as one of the 20 Best Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine.  In fact it rated #7 on the listing of the best towns with a population under 20,000 (see below). With a population of 13,800 and the seat […]



Changing Traditions for Senior Women

Nov 17th, 2010 | By | Category: For Senior Women

I’ve just made a major decision to change a long-standing tradition in my life: I’m not going to cook Thanksgiving Dinner next week.  Cooking is traditionally ‘woman’s work’, and I bought in to that tradition many years ago.  I don’t care to stop and count the number of turkeys I’ve roasted over the years, the […]



Senior Travel to Sunny Arizona

Nov 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Arizona’s nickname “The Grand Canyon State” celebrates its most famous natural feature, the Grand Canyon. Arizona’s other nickname “Copper State” celebrates its fabulous mineral wealth. First-time visitors will find a wide array of things to do that will peak your senses with this One Stop URL. Arizona is famous for the Sonoran Desert loaded with giant […]



Here We Go Again, Seniors! Achieving Control in an Out of Control World

Jun 15th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Just as the rumblings seemed to have slowed a bit, another disaster strikes. This time it comes from the bottom of the ocean, simultaneous with the sliding of the stock market, the continuing, and now seeming endless, war in Afghanistan, the upheavals of every variety and kind, including high unemployment. Having an optimistic attitude suffers from the need to know what is going on in the world. News sources pump out the fissures and fractures which seem to grow by leaps and bounds. Either ignoring all this, adopting an attitude that just blames someone or something else may work for some. It doesn’t seem to solve anything, nor does it reduce the crescendo of rising frustration.

Here are some ways to begin stablilizing your own sense of equanamity in the face of the multiplied crises affecting us all:



700 Posts and Climbing

Jun 14th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Since the inception of Senior Citizen Journal in August of 2008, we have posted over 700 articles. Our senior readership evidences a continuing climb and our audience is now global. It is both humbling and very satisfying that elders are finding some of what we do and say here to be helpful in their goals toward “productive aging.” Your presence on a frequent basis goads us on in search for more and better ways to help feed your curiosity, need for more incisive information and sharing us with others.

We continue to be alert to those issues, concerns and matters which affect us as we age. Your searches help us come up with ideas for some of our columns. We continue to add to our staff (small as it is) to be better able to reach out to touch more of you. We would consider guest columnists on occasion if you



Best Blogs for Senior Travelers!

May 6th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

I’ve come across some great travel blogs.  Here they are! Travel Blog Sites is the granddaddy of them all.  The primary sites are ranked and updated weekly.  They ranked the 100 most popular sites starting with http://everything-everywhere.com/. Danny Choo ranked second and the next three are Nomadic Matt Chris Elliot and Travel With a Purpose […]