Getting the Most Out of Your Fifties
Let’s do some math: If you were in your fifties in the late seventies, then you were born in the 1920s. I am guessing that most of that crowd has moved on. Very few of my relatives from that era are still kicking. As a person turning 55 in a few weeks, I am having a difficult time relating to war memories and the big band era. My group of 50 somethings is about Woodstock, Brady Bunch and for a brief time, disco. Groovy times, baby.
On the upside, this book says that you can have fun in your fifties and have lots of sex and spend all your money (‘cuz your savings account was earning around 7%, and by 1980 it was almost 10%.) Best of all, ladies, you can have fun with money and sex too! Sounds fabulous! Sign me up.
This was still on a shelf in an un-named library as of this writing and I think we can all agree it needs to go. Weed it and don’t look back.
More Senior Stuff:
Turn on the Charm! (Potentially disturbing for work since there is a masked woman in girdle. Really. I promise.)