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SMARTER, HEALTHIER, READER REACH OUT TODAY

Reader reach out to Canada, China, and India? Breaking down walls that separate people? Good reading and good readers get a jump start. Education stops when readers stop reading and only listen to what they’re told. The inquiring mind searches further. It’s all part of training. If you hear something that doesn’t sound correct? Start […]

JAMES COMEY DELIVERS EXPLANATION OF BENEFITS

James Comey: EOB for the FBI. For anyone opening a health insurance bill, and Explanation of Benefits is prime reading. When you see the costs you want to know what insurance pays for, what you pay for. Somehow reading the numbers is a comfort. There they are in black and white. The more serious the […]

NOT A LOVE PRIORITY? HOW TO KNOW

A love priority changes your life. It also gives you the best excuse invented to dodge hard decisions. If you can’t do it with love, then you don’t do it? “I can’t do what you ask with love. Now what.” Option people ask questions that never come up with priority people. Option questions from priority […]

MENS HEALTH MONTH, SEE YOUR DOCTOR

  Younger people ignore their health? That’s not a good trend during Mens Health Month. Maybe they mistrust the medical industry? Big Pharma? There’s some evidence millennials are the most into ‘self care.’ That’s nice, except when self care isn’t enough. Older people ignoring their health is an even worse trend. The mental part of […]

GOOGLE ANALYTICS MAKE BETTER READERS

Google Analytics only goes so far. See, numbers don’t lie when they come from the industry standard. If numbers are too much, you also get a map. Either way, when the numbers come in you’ve got to analyze them. Boston must have an auto-dialer working overtime. They’ve come here for 136 sessions amounting to one […]

PORTLAND OREGON BLOG MESSAGE TO YOUR WORLD

Who reads posts and comments on a Portland Oregon blog? The weird thing about writing online is the reach. From literally around the world, readers find blogs like boomerpdx. They come in on a variety of devices, operating systems, and browsers. It’s amazing how anyone finds anything in their own house, but finding a blog […]

PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS, PT3: MILLENNIAL ILLNESS

This graph shows the age of BoomerPDX readers. From a boomer blogger to millennials, I’m glad you read this blog. Not all news is good, but good ideas help open the right doors. I’m as surprised as anyone to see who shows up here, and millennials lead the pack according to Google Analytics. And they […]

BOOMERPDX CHOICE: LIVING YOUNG OR OLD, LIVING IN PORTLAND

    Help a family move an elderly parent a few times to find the BoomerPdx Choice   A few things people new to Portland can’t fathom is how living in Portland felt in the late 70’s and early 80’s. It was a dive city. A studio apartment between NW 20th and 21st on Lovejoy […]

HOW TO EXPLAIN BOOMERPDX: PICTURE OF PIE, AND PIE

  If someone asks what you’ve been reading lately, explain Boomerpdx like this:   You’ve been reading a single author blog with over a thousand posts. Eight categories organize the posts. Why eight? In honor of Troy Aikman and Marcus Mariotta, of course. Boomer Up, all twenty four pages, includes either boomers stepping up, or […]

3 WAYS MISLABELED INFO TAGS THE WRITER

  Or how mislabeled info mislabels you.   The first time a writer posts a piece online they create an identity. Everything after adds to the evidence. Boomerpdx runs over a thousand posts strong on topics divided by category buttons. Inside each category, like an outline, posts ride on tags, key words, and seo magic. […]