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Learning to be frugal isn't easy....it takes one step at a time. Being frugal does not equal being cheap. For example, I love eating out but soon learned
I am the wife of a retiree. We are both fairly young. I am 57 and he is 61 almost 62. He retired last year in March (worked same job for 40 years) and
Let's Write the Best Retirement Book! BEST because these books are written by my senior community. Let's get real!
Hi there, I voluntarily retired on the exact date that I could. I was elated to be leaving behind a 35 year career as a Correctional Officer... a very
An old geezer became very bored in retirement and decided to open a medical clinic. He put a sign up outside that said: Dr. Geezer's clinic. Get your
At the age of 44, I had an 11 year old daughter that begged for a sister. Well, by that time, my baby factory had become a museum :-). I could no longer
It's been 2years since I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. We decided to sell the beautiful cottage where we spent many summers with our sons and
It has been 18 months since my retirement. I spent 37 years as a real estate broker, working with new people almost every day. Time finally caught the
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I have been reading stories on this website for a few months and I have noticed a common factor among many retirees. Retirement, whether voluntary or
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I enjoy playing whist at a club near me. its nice to meet other people once a week. I play bar billiards in a league, mainly men. I am also the treasurer.
I never did figure out what I was going to do with my life, one day my Dad walked into the Army recruiter and figured it out for me (at least he thought).
I sure hope i'm not the only one that can relate to this post. I was reading through some of Wendy's super-wise advice and I ran across these words:
Something just dawned on me as I was rewriting one of my books -- I retired at 55, six years ago. My mother is age 90 today. I've written before about