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It's taken me a long time to uncover and appreciate what I was truly meant to be. During all my working life, I have reinvented myself so many times I
I was in a 30 year marriage with a decent, hard-working man who drank too much and was happy to stay home and work on our house and property in the country
I'm 62 and keep telling myself to retire at the end of 2020. Or even 2019. Financially, I think my wife and I are in good shape and could walk out today.
After I retired November 1, I realized I had been struggling with anxiety/depression for about four years, and I went to my primary care physician. After
I like Irwin’s line of thinking. Read it here! For a long time I use to let things get under my skin and voice my thoughts: whether it was about politics,
Retired at 69. The department I was a part of in a law office shut down. Was happy I didn't have to look for a job and could ease into retirement.
I’ll be 63 in November and plan on retiring at the end of this year, maybe December 1 or 31! It depends how long I can hold on! My husband has been
I stumbled across Irwin Lengel’s latest contribution to RoL whilst eating breakfast earlier this morning, his articulate and thought-provoking lines prompted
Such a question does make one stop and think about life and how we are living it. One thing it does is cause one to think a lot about getting older, and
I am just happy doing nothing. For so long I've been so busy, raising kids, working full time, looking after a house, commuting to work, etc, etc.
Reading other's stories is helping me, so figured I'd contribute. Retired at 60 after a heart attack, stent, and actually healthier than before- regular
I have no idea why I'm still on the planet. I always had a goal. I had two careers and all the education that goes with that. Although I wasn't really
Missing and grieving over your pre-retirement job? Really? Wow, you clearly must have been heavily invested personally in your work. To be fair, I do
Sometimes I am a little weird. I like to sit in my recliner. I put a blanket over my head and it is so comfortable. Then I breathe through my nose.
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