Forgiveness doesn’t mean excusing bad behavior. It means doing something for yourself by giving yourself the gift of moving on.
Do you envy the retirement lifestyles of others? If so, read what you need to do first to get rid of that green-eyed monster.
How we learn changes as we age. But should we let that stop us from accomplishing a goal?
We are faced with a plethora of decisions as we plan for and transition to retirement. Each decision initiates a course of action that establishes momentum and moves us in a direction that either serves us or works against us. But are we aware of the choices we are making?
With 40 or more hours of free time per week in retirement, what you do with that time can make your life better or worse. What will you do?
Today is a gift. That’s why they call it the present. Are you accomplishing what is important to you or focusing on the trivial?
Most of us have things we would like to accomplish or habits we would like to change in retirement. Just when we begin go see progress why do we stop?
It takes courage to create the life you really want in retirement. But the rewards far exceed the risks.
What do you when there is a necessary life change you don’t want? Do it anyway.
If in the first year of retirement you feel as though your spouse has been replaced by someone you don’t recognize, read on.