The author shares her personal experience with boredom in retirement.

As she points out, “I have never been good at tolerating complaints about boredom. Just saying the word sounded spoiled and entitled and something I could never stomach. So, I suppose it was only natural that when I decided to retire, I didn’t get bothered about needing to manage more time on my hands.

This thinking is very common among people transitioning into retirement.
“What is there to be bored about?” people say.

Learn from the experience of the author and consider how the transition may affect you.

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