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I am a recent retiree ( 62 1/2 ) after working at a large regional CPA firm in NYC which was a highly stressful place ( tax season and off tax season).
I have been researching my family tree on Ancestry.com and love finding those tiny leaves on my tree (hints). A few are not my family, and I ignore, but
I'm the first of 9 children. I have been married twice but during my younger years. I'm 81 now. It's my first marriage/divorce that tormented me the
I want to remind many retirees of the slang terms used by those with military service behind them. Some of the language is still used today and around
If you never learned a musical instrument before and would like to have some fun playing your own music, Djembe can be your choice. According to Wikipedia,
I first found this blog month ago and it was so much help to me. Your anxiety is natural. My situation was like yours. My advice is to enjoy by doing
We recently went on a trip to research a few retirement communities. While we looked at a few houses in about 7 communities we were surprised that we
I lost my long-time friend, Terri, who does websites like me. RIP Terri, I sure will miss you! Terri was only 59, married, still has a daughter in high
I worked in New York City for many years before retiring. Had a terrific administrative assistant position that exposed me to all of the amazing things
Something I’m slowly finding out is that we retired folks must go out, seek and find things that will make us happier and feel more fulfilled. We can’t
I have been at loose ends and trying to find something that peaked my interest. I've always done things with my hands. I've sewn clothes, painted (by
After much thought about what would happen after I passed, I decided to buy this book at Amazon. I live alone (widowed) and have no children. I thought
As a writer leaving a full-time position (booted out the door with a group from my newly merged company) I just picked right up as a freelancer. I knew
I retired 2 years ago. I was a teacher for 27 years for children with special needs. I wake up every morning and all I think about was the job I left.
I retire in four months. The closer I get to the day, which I have looked forward to a long time, the more anxious I am getting about how this will affect