Boomsday Prepping Podcast
As Boomers we recognise in ourselves and our audience that we are: independent and empowered. competitive and savvy. more open-minded in our social values than our parents and probably our children are focused on health, wellness, and longevity. are invested in individuality and control in consumerism. On this page and on the podcast, we explore the issues of importance to us, boomers. Having lived, to date, through decades prosperity, change and more or less world peace, we are a generation with high expectations, prepared to stand up to authority and to question the social norms of both our parents and our children. As we have buried and nursed our parents at the end of their lives, many have said “Hell no, I am not going that way. When I go , I am going to go my way.” Our anti-authoritarianism nurtured in the sex, love and rock and roll era and supported by fertility control, amplifiers and electric guitars excused us from the often awful constraints of our parents at the same age.