A fantastic question to get us thinking about if we are doing what we really want to be doing with our lives. This article comes from Booming Encore and provides insight into this and a few other questions on...
Approaching retirement much like a Futurist can be a good way to think about and plan for your retirement. In this MarketWatch article, the author of a new book is highlighted and shares three easy steps for doing this. Read...
A first-person account from The Globe and Mail of the thoughts and feelings from a soon-to-be retiree. One quote was particularly poignant: "I’m not sure I’m actually ready… ready to accept that this long, wonderful, hectic, frustrating, rewarding, soul-searching, relentlessly...
The author of the Make Aging Work blog, Gary Foster shares an event that impacted him to this day. As he points out so well in the article "The event has stuck with me and is a constant reminder that...
Alan Alda shares advice he wishes he had known 20 or 30 years earlier. Learn the three words that comprise what he wants other to learn from his experience in this article from Considerable. Read more...
This author of this article in Boomer Best U begins the article with exactly what people need to know when beginning to plan for retirement: "What most people don’t realize, is that preparing for our best lives post-career can take...
I recently came across this blog, LifePart2. It is described as "An Adventure Travel Blog for Boomers." The founder of the blog, retiree Jon shares the international adventures he shares with Sarah. In this post Jon created a random and...
This article was introduced to me recently in Project Untethered, a new site to me. With more opportunities to live and work anywhere, more people will look for ways to combine travelling the world while still earning an income. ...
An excellent short list of what needs to be decided before retiring in this Kiplinger article.. The article is written by a financial advisor.  I am happy that he started the list with creating a vision for your retirement. ...
This author of this Forbes article points out: Women caught in between. That is, women nearing retirement that are uniquely caught by time, life stage, conflicting family roles, and socioeconomic conditions —all contributing to unprecedented uncertainty about their futures. The typical stereotype we...
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