To effectively plan for your retirement, experts say, you need to watch your savings rate and total nest egg. But how much you really need to have set aside depends on another number — your life expectancy.  A...
Learn from the experience of the author.  The key points the author shares as she approaches 80. My decisions 40 and 60 years ago have helped me approach 80 with a healthy body and happy mind. Lifestyle changes after 80...
One reason older boomers make residential moves after they retire is to shake up and revitalize their depleted social lives. Retiring is liberating, but it also means no longer enjoying the everyday camaraderie of coworkers. And the friends...
As the author points out, According to Dr. Sue Varma a clinical assistant professor of Psychiatry at New York University and author of Practical Optimism: The Art, Science, and Practice of Exceptional Well-Being: “Numerous studies involving over 200,000 individuals...
In your ongoing journey engaging with life, you can take greater control of the ways you travel and the destination you seek. In some important ways, our later years can be a time in which it may be...
As you’re approaching your golden years and well-earned retirement, you’re probably experiencing a wide range of emotions. On the one hand, it’s finally time for relaxation and enjoyment after years of hard work. On the other hand,...
Great article with candid thoughts from a self-proclaimed introvert and how it has affected her retirement transition. Read the original post at boomingencore.com
Research shows our chronological and subjective ages rarely line up, and suggests ways to stay mentally youthful. Neuroscientists have explored the puzzling gap between our real age and how old we feel in our heads (aka our "subjective" age)...
An important message about how outlook and mindset can have a profound affect in the way we journey through later life. Three simple words can help reinforce this message to ourselves and those around us.
For most people, there is a belief that aging well is a matter of luck. In their minds, how they age depends on how long their parents or grandparents lived and that’s about it. However, research tells...
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