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?
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?
If the word “retire” means to withdraw, why would you ever want to do that?
Do you have a big, audacious, stretch you to the max, goal in retirement? If not, why not?
Life lessons continue from the day we are born until we die. Are your ready for the lessons you will learn in retirement?
“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” […]
Should a life of ease in retirement be our goal? Maybe. Maybe not.
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.
We all want to be happy in retirement. But sometimes happiness can be elusive as we create a new life, new meaning, and a new identity.