Sometimes you need a gadget that will make life easier when your have personal challenges. If you or someone you know has a hearing challenge or need help waking in the morning then these items just might help. These devices make life easier and fun for anyone with hearing loss generally have a difficult time waking up in the morning! Below is more info:
Powertel 580. Amplicom’s Powertel 580 Combination Amplified Corded Telephone With Integrated Answering Machine and Dect. 6.0 Cordles Handset offers loud, clear and personalized sound and brings back the joy of communication. It is compatible with hearing aids and cochlear implants, and feature large, easily readable displays.
Amplicom TCL Series Alarm Clocks: The Amplicom TCL series alarm clocks have a wireless shaker pad that is placed under the pillow. At the designated time, the pad vibrates to rouse the sleeper without waking up the rest of the household. Available in both analogue (TCL 100) and digital (TCL 200) versions. Great for those with hearing loss, but also ideal for the typical “heavy sleeper,” this alarm shakes and wakes you out of bed.
Amplicom NL 100 Neck Loops: To relax, who doesn’t love listening to their newest playlist or a book on an iPod or other mp3 player? And now those with hearing loss can enjoy the same access to these little pleasures thanks to Amplicom’s new Induction Neckloop. It lets hearing aid wearers or anyone with compromised hearing get loud and clear sound when listening to a book or playlist. It simply slips over the neck and plugs into the device.
Find out more about these products on Amplicon.
I fell in love with Olive Oil after reading this post on foods that fight inflammation. Probably because I am a boomer that has felt pain that this article makes so much sense to me. Take a few minutes to read about the 6 anti-inflammatory foods by clicking this link.
Thinking about starting a small business when your retire? Forced to leave your job due to downsizing or other issues? Need to learn more about the money side of running a business?
If you are a new business owner or even thinking about starting a business you will benefit from this FREE Workshop in New Jersey. Essex County is sponsoring a powerful workshop on March 4, 2013 on Business Finance Basics. The workshop will be conducted by a business expert I know Lathea Morris.
Click this link to learn more about this cutting edge financial workshop in New Jersey.
But even if you are already savvy a refresher never hurts.
Today I had an engaging and empowering discussion with a fellow motivational speaker, Donna Satchell about blogging. We motivated each other by discussing some cool tips and techniques and then she asked. “Rosie, do you want some great online training?” I had just decided this morning that I wanted to pump up some of my skills in Outlook and Excel so I shouted, YES.
So she shared with me a site that can be used when you have some evening down time, scheduled training time or even while recovering from work, illness or retirement. The site is called Learn Free and is produced by the wonderful folks at the Goodwill Industries of Eastern NC.
Now you probably have the same question I had “What’s the catch?”
So, I looked for the “catch” and here it is right on their website under the section on Support was a Frequently Asked Question about how they were able to offer these classes free. The answer is below:
Have you ever thought about what Goodwill does with the proceeds from their retail stores? When you donate your gently-used items to Goodwill, you are supporting programs that provide education, employment, and life enrichment opportunities for people in your community.
GCFLearnFree.org® is one such program of Goodwill Industries of Eastern NC, Inc.®, based in Eastern North Carolina. The funds raised through the Goodwill Stores make GCFLearnFree.org possible, not only for the residents of Eastern North Carolina, but for people all around the world!
So if you are a baby boomer that wants to Learn Baby Learn check out Learn Free. And, if you want, there is a well deserved opportunity to donate to the organization in appreciation.
I just read a post from one of the busiest baby boomers I know about cooking roasted broccoli. Now this baby boomer, Heidi Caswell, is not a professional chef and does not cook for a living. But in her living she cooks for family and friends. I hope that made sense. You see, I know Heidi as an entrepreneur, super blogger and blogging mechanic.
I say mechanic because if your blog is broke she helps you fix it. If you need blog training she will train you. And if you want to send a special card to a love one she will help you do that also.But in t he midst of her busyness she finds time to work her other passions.
So, take a few minutes to explore two of her blogs. The first one to grab her insights on roasting broccoli on her blog Boomer Empowerment. And if you want to see some great videos and glean gems on the art of blogging visit WordPress101.
And if you want to make that very special connection that goes beyond the text send that special recipe to a friend in a card. Visit Connect Simply.
Now, I must say that Heidi did not endorse this message and I only decided to post about it on impulse and impression after seeing her Facebook post about the vegetables in her garden. I was actually in between a marathon posting on Ebay and looking at the post about the recipe was a true boomer break.
I guess what I am learning more and more is that we must take time to explore our passions. And since I am a baby boomer I am not surprised.
If you are a baby boomer who loves “Old School” music you don’t want to miss this event. Read the note below I just got in the mail.
The UMDNJ – African American Heritage Committee has tickets for its annual “Evening of Creative Expressions” to be held on Friday, December 7th at The Priory, Newark, NJ at 6 p.m. Please feel free to share with others and let us know via e-mail if you are interested in attending. Donations from the event will support scholarships to UMDNJ students and to the Clinton Dozier Scholarship Fund.
I hope you can support this event! We have tickets and can answer your questions. For information you may email: Avril Lecky firstname.lastname@example.org; Winston Watson email@example.com or Carl Chase firstname.lastname@example.org .
Thank you for your support and hoping to see you there.
Also, there will be two artists exhibiting, Derek Dent and Ray Horner.
So, if you want to have a great time and support some worthy scholarship funds please consider attending. Also, if you come please tell them that Baby Boomer Rosie sent ya.