You may be getting older but don’t sell yourself short. There’s still time to accomplish something wonderful in your life.
Should a life of ease in retirement be our goal? Maybe. Maybe not.
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.
Planning for retirement is anxiety producing for most baby boomers. Contemplating this major life change can leave you feeling adrift and out of control. Learn the three phases of change and how to embrace them rather than resist them.
Making clear your end of life wishes is a priceless gift to your family. Learn how my Mom’s plan eased my burden in my time of grief.
Contemplating retirement prompts lots of questions including soul-searching, existential, ones. Will your answers lead you to challenge that ageism that baby boomers exacerbated with our “never trust anyone over 30” mindset? Will you embrace new possibilities and redefine yourself and the meaning of aging? Or, will you just get older?