Jan Yager, Ph.D. is a sociologist, trainer, speaker, coach, and author of numerous nonfiction books on work and relationships and other topics including: Friendshifts, When Friendship Hurts, Work Less, Do More: The 14-Day Productivity Makeover, Creative Time Management for the New Millennium, Business Protocol, Road Signs on Lifes Journey, Victims, The Help Book, and 125 Ways to Meet the Love of Your Life as well as novels including Just Your Everyday People, coauthored with Fred Yager and her forthcoming debut solo novel.
Jans appeared on major television shows including Oprah, The View, and the Today Show. Shes taught at colleges and universities, most recently, the University of Connecticut. Jan is married to Fred, a communications executive and writer; they have two sons and one grandson.
Getting enough sleep can improve and lengthen your life
Whether keeping up with old friends or finding new ones, Boomers need these connections
How to Avoid Ponzi Schemes7/11/2010
Boomers don't have time to recover from financial disasters
It's time for Boomers to reinvent, rejuvenate, and revolutionize
Boomers: Don't Outlive Your Money6/20/2010
7 ways to stretch your assets to match your longevity
The latest 'sandwich generation' encounters dementia in loved ones
How to Keep Your Brain in Shape6/7/2010
12 ways Boomers can strengthen our minds to avoid those 'senior moments'
11 Travel Tips For Boomers6/1/2010
It's important to take a vacation, even when you think you can't afford it
Cleaning Up the Clutter5/23/2010
Time for Boomers to take charge of their possessions and mental 'stuff'
The Boomer's guide to a key retirement income stream
5 rules for improving how we communicate with each other
There comes a time when adult children must be a parent to their parents
What to consider, as well as some suggestions, in making this important decision
Heart Health for Boomers4/12/2010
What you can do to prevent, or recover from, the most common heart-related conditions
A Legal Wake Up Call for Boomers4/5/2010
Only as old as you feel? Don't bet your loved ones' financial well-being on it
Boomers' goals may be higher but their methods are more flexible
Boomers Looking for Work3/22/2010
How to turn age (experience) and skills (proven accomplishments) to your advantage in your job search
How Boomers can turn around the reversals of fortune in time for retirement
15 ways Boomers can improve the quality and length of their lives
New weekly column by sociologist, relationship and work expert Dr. Jan Yager