I’ll tell you something I think you’ll understand
The Baby Boomer generation, most often defined as those born post World War II up through 1964, is hitting a milestone. The youngest boomers — those born in 1964 — are turning 50 this year. I’m one of them.
This is really happening.
I may be crazy, but I’m not crazy about turning 50. Author Richard Pérez-Peña is even less crazy about turning 50. He doesn’t want to be lumped in with the Boomers, despite that fact that he turned 50 last year. He wants people to understand there are two distinct camps of Baby Boomers: the early Boomers (just post-war) and the later Boomers like him. And me.
Read it on WiseTribe.