Does the chorus of “Strangers in the NIght” hold the secret to life? Yes, it does.
The answers to questions about life after working often come from unexpected sources.
Tolerations are things that nag at us, annoy us, or irritate us. Yet, we often let them go unresolved for days, weeks, months or years. It’s time to stop letting tolerations steal your energy and your joy. Here’s how.
This past week I spent more than eight hours cleaning out two rooms in our basement. Did I want to? Heck no!!! But when it came time to put away Christmas decorations the storage space was so disorganized I refused to just put them away without tackling the task I had avoided for years. This […]
More companies are realizing the value their baby boomer employees add to their bottom line. So, why do you want to retire?
Friendships are important in retirement. But what happens when those friendships change?
Minimizing your regrets is a worthy retirement goal. Do you know how to accomplish it?
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?