Many baby boomers still don't know what's involved in creating a "go anywhere" income from freelancing. And they often don't even think to ask.
Freelancing used to be a tedious game. It felt like hand-to-hand combat, scratching for clients, jawboning prospects until they hired you.
Starting your freelance career with the arsenal of career and life skills you now have, puts you in a much better position to thrive. And, as a baby boomer, you might even be more ready to begin freelancing than you think.
Once you discover (like I did eight years ago) that you can travel and live abroad for extended periods of time—and still earn an income—your options change completely. And it is a lot easier today than it was eight years ago...