Every day, an estimated 10,000 Americans clock out of the workforce for good. This means the chances are good that someone you know and work with will retire while you’re still employed. If so, you and your colleagues will want to plan a retirement party to give the retiree a wonderful sendoff. Party Planning Tips […]
62 years old. That is about the age you can expect to retire. It’s the day you’ve planned for your entire life: road trips across America, traveling to Europe, scratching off your bucket list. There’s only one tiny issue. How will you stay in touch with your grandkids? You don’t want to miss out on […]
Did you know that since January 2011, an average of 10,000 Baby Boomers turns 65 every single day? If you’re approaching that magical age, you know that means–retirement. To ensure you thoroughly enjoy your golden years, you’re likely wondering about the most affordable places to retire.
You’ve spent the majority of your life working hard and making a home along with your loved ones. Now, it’s time to sit back and enjoy your twilight years. With retirement comes plenty of options, and navigating through all your choices can be quite a challenge. Namely, where, exactly, should you retire and how can […]
Research shows that older adults who exercise live an average of five years longer. Wouldn’t you like improved balance, breathing, and strength? Today, we are going to examine four simple routines to get you moving and exercising again. Ready to learn more? Keep reading our exercise routine for seniors. A Simple and Effective Exercise Routine […]
So, you’ve planned well for retirement. You’ve got your money, you’ve got your time, and you’ve got the habit of spending when you feel like it. I mean, who wouldn’t? You’ve always had your savings to fall back on, and that will replenish easily with time. Well, things might not be quite as flush these […]
Sometimes downsizing your home is the right option, but there are many pros and cons to consider before deciding to move into a smaller house. It can be difficult to decide to downsize, especially if you?ve lived in your home for many years and you?re comfortable with where you live. There are many factors to consider, including your budget, health, and happiness.
You’ve lived your life well enough to set yourself up to do what you please. The only question now is, what do you do with all of that free time? Often, the most prominent issue people face in retirement is boredom, though there are plenty of retirement hobbies you can partake in. Finding things to do in retirement can be difficult, especially if you’re on a tight budget.
A majority of Americans say their dream is to travel when they retire. However, if you?re a retiree living on a fixed budget, travel can be costly and unattainable for some. But just because you?re living on a fixed income, it doesn?t mean that you have to forgo your dreams of seeing the world and completing your bucket list.