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Three Generations Talk Politics

As we head toward another Presidential election, I thought I would corral a panel of politicos to discuss what impact Millennials or Gen Y will have on our national political scene. Fusion, a media network geared toward...

by Bobbie Battista | June 4, 2015

Must-Have Music for Every Generation

I recently came across an article on Huffington Post wherein the author mused on what songs/artists from the Boomer generation should be on every Millennial's playlist. He did not include the obvious - like Elvis, the...

by Bobbie Battista | April 30, 2015

Whose Office Is It Anyway?

If there's one thing all the generations can agree on, it's that none of them likes to be stereotyped.An internal company memo surfaced on line recently from a large corporation that attempted to instruct...

by Bobbie Battista | April 16, 2015

Nest Egg 101- A Millennial View on Finances

Most of us are under the impression Millennials have no real money yet to spend or save. But they are beginning to acquire wealth and they will be an economic force in the years to come. So the question is, how many...

by Bobbie Battista | April 8, 2015

You Wear It Well - Fashion Over 50

Too many times I've come across articles that tell women over the age of 50 what to wear and what not to wear. It's not quite that black and white and I think we may be looking at the problem from the wrong...

by Bobbie Battista | April 3, 2015

To Post Or Not To Post - Protecting Your Kids On Line

Do you post pictures of your kid's activities and milestones on social media? Doesn't everybody? It's the modern day version of those "painful" episodes where friends and family would share endless...

by Bobbie Battista | March 30, 2015

From Casseroles to Kale - Food Through the Generations

Every generation has its signature foods. It's what makes up our collective food memories at any age. If you're a Boomer, you'll remember tuna noodle casserole, onion dip, Tang and Chiffon cake. You may also remember...

by Bobbie Battista | March 19, 2015

What Georgia Is Doing About Elder Abuse

The state of Georgia has one of the strongest elder abuse laws in the country. Nonetheless, according to Kathy Floyd, the Executive Director of the Georgia Council on Aging, between 2008 and 2012 there was a 65%...

by Bobbie Battista | March 18, 2015

8 Items Millennials Won't Buy

Millennials are the largest generation since the Baby Boomers, which should translate into some pretty significant buying power, right? So far, though, they're not spending like their parents did. TIME Magazine...

by Bobbie Battista | March 17, 2015

Brave New World - Seniors and Technology

Those over the age of 65 have traditionally been slow to embrace technology whether it be the Internet, broadband or even cellphones. It's certainly understandable as the Silent Generation and older Boomers are total...

by Bobbie Battista | March 17, 2015

Boomers and Booze

It's sometimes referred to as a Baby Boomer Dark Secret: Alcohol. How much do Boomers drink, how often do they imbibe and do they know the full risk of consequences? Boomers are the first generation to grow up...

by Bobbie Battista | March 16, 2015

Do You Know What Your Kids Are Doing on Facebook?

What if your kid posted something mean or defamatory about another kid on Facebook and months later you were sued over it and held responsible for your child’s actions? That issue was at the heart of a recent Georgia...

by Bobbie Battista | March 16, 2015