What will you do, all day, every day, to feel happy and fulfilled? Some retirees need purpose in life, even in later life. Others look for simple joy and contentment in everyday happenings, finding happiness in the small things in life.
Get help and ideas from Wendy, Retirement Enthusiast/Coach, and from a variety of retirees worldwide, who have "been there and done that" already!
Wishing you the very best retirement days!
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When is the last time your thoughts and routines were challenged?
Have you changed your lifestyle, routines, and mindset post-retirement (or did you attempt to say "as is" when your life is really very different now)?
Try the Morning Makeover that takes 7-days, simply give you daily guidance to challenge your mindset and your life.
Nothing big. Nothing that you will walk away from -- but you DO need to take action. Reading alone does nothing -- the ideas will come and go as we need action to make it stick!
Discover here that You Are Not Alone! Read the many posts from retirees just like you and what they are up against... and better yet, feedback from others with their perspectives. You are not alone -- That's really important to know so you can begin to look and FIND your Best Lifestyle!
There is no "right" retirement. Seriously, everyone has their own perfectly imperfect version of this thing called retirement, and you don't want my version, and I want yours. Right?
As you are doing retirement, do what feels right for YOUR retirement lifestyle.
Now, when life is feeling off, you can change it. All part of our perfectly imperfect lives (and I love that!)
This is a Retirement Community where retirees share life experiences.
You will gain new perspectives, get feedback from many others who have "been there, done that", and simply find peace and answers to retired life.
We can motivate you to a whole new world of retirement living! Doing nothing but loving it, or being purposeful in your retired days. LIFE is what you make of it!
It's not about money either, though money obviously helps in dreaming possibilities. There is plenty you can do to be healthy, happy and engaged in life without much - seriously.
Life can be rich with activity and friendships, even while you are aging... You can remain smart, witty and social.
You can discover real purpose for your days while helping the world for the Greater Good. You can also choose a simple peaceful lifesyle.
In Retirement, it's time to take back our lives! Embrace Life Right Where You Are...
This site supports retirees in finding perfect-for-you, purposeful or laidback lifestyle. Find solutions to your most pressing problems... and kick retirement anxiety to the curb.
I want to help you consider your options for a lifestyle that is all about YOU. So many options, so much life, just gotta open your eyes to see it all.
I sincerely hope you find the nugget you need to carry you forward in retired life! Please get involved to learn more about your own retirement, share your retirement problems, and help other retirees simply by sharing and commenting on their pages. We can do this, TOGETHER!
It's time to Get Real! We still have lots to contribute to this world!
To a Happy, Productive Retirement!
P.S. I retired in April 2010 after twenty-five years as a Retirement Manager (and 35+ years with my local government employer). Post-retirement, I have worked on this website. More about me here. As a retirement enthusiast for over 30 years, I have experienced my own retirement transition and many others too. I survived and you will too. Oddly enough, I am learning more about the REAL "me" now, in retirement. Why did it take me all these years to stop and think about ME!?