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 harder to participate in activities and stay engaged with others. The reasons for this change can be physical, social, or even psychological, any of which can stop us from meeting new people or doing worthwhile things.

The author shares, “There’s no reason for us to limit ourselves to motoring on side roads in the third act of our lives, let alone giving up the car keys altogether. No matter our individual situation, there are ways we can remain in the driver’s seat, enjoying new adventures.”

Learn how to “stay in the driver’s seat” on your journey.

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