In episode 4, I interview Wayne Holzkamp. I personally know Wayne from way back in the 70’s where we shared an apartment at UC Davis and then in Sacramento where we both were servers at Victoria Station restaurant. I always looked up to Wayne as the consummate Renaissance man. He presently works for Youngs Market […]
In episode 3, I’m very pleased to interview Ron McLeod. Ron is truly an Essential Boomer on an international level. Ron has been a sales professional in the energy field since 2002 and is currently the Director of Sales in the software division at Siemens Energy, where he is involved with operations intelligence and process […]
In this podcast, Jim Jensen presents a no BS look at cardiovascular exercise and how vitally important it is, particularly for us baby boomers.
I can think of no better way for kicking off The Essential Boomer podcast than to interview Paul Zavagno, one of my best friends for over 55 years from my childhood in San Mateo, California. Paul is truly an essential boomer. He is a husband, father of two sons, an educator, and a great humanitarian. […]
Shaving my face. I’ve done it over 15,000 times…so far. I started off with a brush and double edged “safety” razor, which was far from what I considered “safe”. I use to slash my face to bits. I’d end up with little bits of toilet paper dotting my face to soak up the blood.
I know, I know…Why would I make a posting about a toilet seat? Well, the Bemis Whisper-Close Toilet Seat is definitely not just any old toilet seat. No, it doesn’t clean, rinse and warm-air dry your bum, (though that would be very cool too). It merely allows one to slowly and gently close the toilet seat and/or lid […]