The author of this Sixty&Me article makes an important case for creating time to think about some of the bigger picture questions- or "white space"- about what lies ahead for us. What do we want? How do we make...
The Founders of Lustre shared how they navigated the unexpected plunge into retirement. Here is how they begin the article "One day, you are employed. A senior and valued member of a larger enterprise. The next, you’re retired. A freelancer in an unstructured and unpredictable world. Valued only by your family. And...
You will likely be asked this question when you retire. Do you know how you will answer it? The article shares ways to respond. Read more...
A great article and topic of always chasing more. The writer of this blog post shares some valuable insight on the dangers of living in a state of always wanting more and shares tactics on how to avoid this mindset. In retirement people begin to realize that the pursuit of experiences...
The founder of Growing Bolder, Marc Middleton, shares his experience on the key ingredients to aging successfully. As he points out, "These 10 keys will, I believe, dramatically increase my odds because they’re informed by two decades of studying, interviewing and learning from hundreds of ordinary people living extraordinary lives...
Our lives seem to continue to get busier and busier. Even in retirement, many people tend to say "Gosh, I'm not sure how I ever had time for work!" From my experience working with clients it is often more about us filling our time with activities that don't really...
A doctor and a pilot share their ideas and experience to create a happy and fulfilling retirement. Great ideas for moving forward with clarity, confidence, and control over your future. Read more...
This Psychology Today article poses an interesting question. There are many reasons to not "retiree" at least not in the traditional sense of the term. As the article points out: the classic model of retirement does not seem to appeal to many baby boomers, and many who can afford to...
I like the way the authors of this Lustre post state..."Because of our longevity, retirement is not the finish line. Retirement from a long career is simply another point of reference. Where are we now?" There is a lot of life left to live. Figuring out what is REALLY important...
Solo agers are becoming much more common. Whether through death, divorce, or by choice, a higher percentage of retirees are going it alone. This Booming Encore article lists five suggestions for solo agers to put in place right now. Read more...
Book author Mike Drak, shares his retirement transition experience and the lessons learned along this journey. The book is titled Retirement Heaven or Hell, Which Will You Choose?- 9 Principles for Designing Your Ideal Post-Career Lifestyle. An excellent book to begin thinking about and designing an ideal lifestyle for retirement. Read...