Boomers Reinvented Guidelines for Interview, Article & Story Contributors

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We are on a mission to elevate, educate and empower Baby Boomers and Beyond, to recreate, renew, and reinvent the lives of their dreams, through inspiring, informative, non-political resources. We are—most of us—fellow Baby Boomers and those who serve them, seeking to make this second half of life, our best yet.

We are “of the people, for the people, by the people”, and BestBoomers and Boomers Reinvented is stories and interests brought to you from amongst you. Our readers are also our writers, and we welcome your contributions.

Boomers Reinvented Writer’s Guidelines

We have no guidelines for this. It’s YOUR story, so that means however many words it takes to share what’s important.  However, if we need to revise the length, we will let you know and invite you to review the final copy before publishing.

Editorial Rights:
Boomers Reinvented reserves the right to approve content and subject matter, to edit grammar and punctuation, and to edit content without changing the meaning (such as reducing words to shorten an article when to do so enhances the article without compromise). We also reserve the right to reject any article that we perceive to not be in alignment with our mission and mindset, and we will immediately reject or alter any articles containing expletives or other negative or derogatory language.

Our focus at (formerly and, is to elevate, educate, engage, and empower. If you have a story for ‘Boomers and Beyond’ that fits these concepts, then it’s probably right for us. As indicated above, we will reject stories with profanity, vulgarity, rudeness or negativism. If you have a negative experience that’s a part of your story, you may be able to share that, however it would be in context of simply sharing truth, while dwelling on the solutions that worked and not on the negatives.

Your story!
If you are a boomer or beyond, who has changed careers later in life, either through choice or necessity, and have a transformative story of change, renewal, awakening, passion re-ignition, reinvention… whatever it may be for you, please share it! If you’ve made major changes and a turn-around after age 45, your story can inspire and encourage others who may be where you were when you started.

Others Stories?
If you know of someone whose story inspires you, please either forward them this info, or, perhaps you’d like to write their story for them and share it as an article?

Please share your favorite resources for those in the Boomer and Beyond generations. We are glad to link to contributing author and interviewee sites and product pages, so long as these are things of genuine benefit to you and our audience, and the best way to share that it to contribute a story on how you’ve been helped and why you recommend it.

Programs you’ve participated in that you like. Share about what it is, why you like it and how it’s helped you.  Be objective, sharing the strengths and weaknesses, yet without negativism or being caustically critical.

Health & Wellness:
What do you do to stay healthy and active? What about positive health stories (solutions, remedies, etc)? Experience with alternative and holistic healing? Prevention? Medical Tourism?

Medical Tourism stories (foreign travel for medical procedures); Volunteer trips; cycling vacations; RVing; other alternative kinds of travel, or just your favorite places to visit and why?

Book Reviews:
What are your favorite books, and why? Please share both non-fiction and fiction.

What business stories can you share? Do you own a successful business? Love your work and want to share about it? Are you an entrepreneur with a story to share?  Are you successful yet or still struggling?  Have you invested in a franchise?  Are you an angel investor or venture capitalist, seeing lots of start-ups and their greatest strengths and weaknesses?  Are you an online marketer, network marketer, coach, software developer, author, speaker, artist, etc?

Your ideas?
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1 thought on “Boomers Reinvented Guidelines for Interview, Article & Story Contributors

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