Baby boomers return to dating
If you are a Baby Boomer who lives - or expects to retire - on a fixed or limited income, that doesn't mean that you can't enjoy a host of activities and live a rich life. You will also find a events and entertainment with special pricing for seniors.
And this Boomer generation is an active one, so sports and other activities that cost little or no money are always available to you.
Joining a host of stars for The Baby Boomers’ Guide To Growing Old, they take on a number of adventurous challenges but agree that browsing the web for one-night stands was the most eye-opening.
Edwina, 70, said: “I think we were both somewhat startled.“Most baby boomers keep the sagging flesh covered up, so sharing videos with it all wobbling around is probably not the best advert for being a cool chick in your 70s, in my opinion.”Maths expert Johnny, 79, father of TV’s Zoe Ball, said: “We found it very disturbing.
Led by popular online dating sites such as and e Harmony.com, online dating is now a $1 billion annual business.
According to recent research, single men and women aged 50 and older now account for about 20 percent of all online daters.
The online dating phenomenon began as a way for internet-savvy 20-somethings and 30-somethings to find love and romance.