Although this Forbes article is a few years old, the sage advice continues to carry relevance. Hopefully, there will come a time when people receive advice on both the financial AND non-financial aspects of retirement. The author raises what I...
Great story from ProBoomer Founder, Paul Long, about the lessons we can learn from our loveable pooches. They do teach us many lessons. In honor of National Dog Day August 26. The photo is of our Cairn Terrier Billy.  Yes,...
This article form the Stanford Center On Longevity begins by making this point..."The COVID-19 crisis has initiated a reckoning in our society by exposing aspects of it that have been unhealthy for far too long. Specifically, I’m referring to...
The concept of retirement is definitely shifting.  As more and more people transition into this phase of their lives, the variety of options and what an ideal retirement looks like for each of us can be vastly different. This Globe...
Understanding what the future looks like can help us with our own planning.  In this NextAvenue article, the writer interviews an author of an upcoming book titled 2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of...
This article is a follow-up to an article from Booming Encore, written by author, Mike Drak. I too believe that many boomers are one of the two "Retirement Rebels" the author talks about. I also believe that many retiring boomers...
Retirement blogger Fritz Meyer of Retirement Manifesto shares the five things you must do before you retire. He has documented his journey planning for and transitioning into retirement and shares his experience in his blog. This post is particularly good...
One of the things I have wanted to do is to highlight resources that readers can use in their journey living their ideal lifestyle in retirement.  Part of that journey involves find something new to focus on- particularly if...
Although this article comes from a publication, Financial Advisor, geared toward financial advisors, it provides excellent thoughts for consumers planning for retirement. Keep in mind...the vast majority of financial advisors do not discuss any of the non-financial issues (physical, mental,...
Although many of the articles I curate each week have a research component- or reference some research, I don't often link directly to a research study. This one is interesting because it looks at the very question(s) we should ask...
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