Whether we are able to articulate them or not, most baby boomer have fears about retirement.
If you don’t have a plan for your time in retirement, others will. Knowing what you want, setting goals, and enforcing boundaries are keys to successful retirement planning.
Many baby boomers are or will become the Power of Attorney for someone they know. Do boomers really understand what that means?
The time immediately preceding your retirement (I call it “your countdown to retirement” is the most powerful time in your life. Want to know why? Keep reading.
As baby boomers recognize the importance of mindset and movement in aging, they understand being a “silver streak” may add years to your life.
Those of us unfortunate enough to have caught the latest flu bug have endured a very uncomfortable week. I came down with it with a vengeance Easter night. Body aches, chills, barky cough, and malaise were my biggest symptoms. Fortunately, today I’m on the mend. But this illness brought up a perplexing thought. As I […]
Why do a majority of baby boomers refuse to admit they are unprepared both financially and emotionally for retirement? Magical thinking, denial, obsession with youth and despair are driving their avoidance and choices.
Can mindfulness and adventure happily coexist in retirement planning? The answer is “yes” if you’re a baby boomer client working with Ryan Howes, a Belfast based professional climber and mountain adventure guide.
An increasing number of boomer-owned businesses are closing because they can’t find someone to take over or buy the business. With every shuttered door, the community loses a bit of its soul.
You created a plan for your retirement only to have an unforeseen set of circumstances radically change that plan. More and more baby boomers are experiencing this phenomenon — your retirement has been hijacked.