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It never ceases to amaze me how one persons words, the exact words you need to hear, can change your life! That's why I welcome all the posts and retiree feedback on my site -- I can't possibly have answers for what everyone needs to hear.
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I retired 12 days ago. Right after, I traveled to Boston with my husband for 3 days and upon returning I seem to be just recovering. It's not that I can't
Book Giveaway. One of the things on my bucket list was to write a novel. A lifelong friend said no way would I would ever finish it. He suggested we make
I read a lot because 1) I love reading, 2) it keeps my mind sharp, and 3) it consumes vast amounts of time. I am currently reading perhaps the most mind-bending
I don't know what happened to me. I retired 3 years ago. At 67, in July 2019 I did the 7-day 500 mile RAGBRAI bike ride after many months of hard training,
Hi. I retired from a blue-collar utilities company in 2002, at 55, after 32 years' employ, with a pension. I squandered most of it quickly, with grown
I never did video games, but I am addicted to SOLITAIRE on my tablet. Let me explain... First, My husband and I play RUMMIKUB with my sister and her
I retired back in 2015 due to physical and emotional limitations suddenly occurring in my life. After living a very hectic and active life (all my life)
So after losing my dear mum i got very low. Was actually low before losing her but not like this, now felt ill, knew it was full blown depression. Husband
My husband just got laid off a couple of months ago and decided he was going to retire. He always wanted to go to Texas when he retired, so we drove 12
Retirement: every working person's dream... then the big day. In a week, I was climbing the walls. I had all this time on my hands and nothing to do.
Three years retired and hating every minute of it. Working with a therapist, I've finally realized that what I am dealing with - or not dealing with -
It will be two years the end of November 2021. I love being retired. I still keep a calendar but it is filled with things I Love and Want to Do. Sometimes
Just had a funny thought. Hadn't planned on posting this little poem but seeing that I was cleaning out some of the paperwork we dragged with us from the
I read so many sad depression or anxiety stories on this page. wow. Please tell me what really helped you - anything natural, or your medication. What
Yeah, weird question, but just think -- some of you look out at a parking lot, others see a large park, tall buildings, the roof across the street, homes