Forgiveness doesn’t mean excusing bad behavior. It means doing something for yourself by giving yourself the gift of moving on.
How we learn changes as we age. But should we let that stop us from accomplishing a goal?
Christmas is approaching and like many other people I am focused on getting my shopping done. Finding gifts for my nieces, nephews (I have no children) and friends is easy. But finding a gift for my husband, or for him to find a gift for me, is more difficult. Like most baby boomers, I have […]
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.
If in the first year of retirement you feel as though your spouse has been replaced by someone you don’t recognize, read on.
Do you have a big, audacious, stretch you to the max, goal in retirement? If not, why not?
So many outside forces are creating chaos around us we may think we are powerless to do anything to change the situation. Nothing could be further from the truth.
More and more boomers are choosing to continue working either in the same field or doing something new. Will you be one of them?
“I thought being retired would be great. But I can’t tell you how much I miss work.” Does this sound like you? Some people slip effortlessly in to retirement. Others experience “retirement remorse.” If you’re unhappy not working take heart. What you are missing may not be work but something else. Establishing a new” normal” […]