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?
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If in the first year of retirement you feel as though your spouse has been replaced by someone you don’t recognize, read on.
We all expect more freedom in retirement. But how to we ensure it lasts?
Life lessons continue from the day we are born until we die. Are your ready for the lessons you will learn in retirement?
After experiencing four consecutive, cloudy, rainy days my mood now matches the weather. I am a naturally optimistic person. However, this week I found myself feeling depleted and defeated. My 94-year-old father’s health and vitality are declining. Once again our “normal” life routine is changing to address his increasing needs. Sadly, this may be the […]
Type A personalities often find retirement difficult to deal with. Especially if positive strokes for good performance are how they create self-esteem.
Why are boomers reluctant to plan for retirement? Fear of the unknown and denial. But not having a plan can have disastrous consequences.
Independence, whether of a country or an individual, is something one must work diligently to preserve. Happy Independence Day!
Most baby boomers assume Medicare will handle their health care needs. Not so much.