Retirement 4 U - blog posts about active retirement

Retirement can be 1/3 of our lives – read my blog about making the most of this time.

advice on aging

Advice on aging

21 pieces of advice on aging : 1. It’s time to use the money you saved up. Use it and enjoy it. Don’t just keep

Angry older couple arguing with each other

Dust if you must …

Or how to stay together in later life. A Facebook post that I read this week posed the following question – “My husband is so

Work, retirement and widowhood

This question was recently posted on Facebook, and raising some interesting issues about work, retirement and widowhood: “I reached full retirement age within the last

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Preparing for retirement

How do you go about preparing for retirement?  What changes will occur in your life, and how can you adjust your lifestyle them? Will you

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Lockdown in retirement

Lockdown in retirement is tough.  With half of the world in some sort of isolation, a blog about active retirement is a tough gig.  All

Attitude in retirement

Attitude in retirement

Attitude in retirement Maintaining a positive attitude in retirement is something we should all strive for – more difficult due to our current isolation problems,

be positive in retirement

Be positive

Be positive in retirement – I think  I am a pessimist by nature, but I am trying hard to be positive in retirement. I can’t

5 signs that you should retire

5 Signs that you should retire Still working?  Thinking that it might be time to retire?  Can’t make up your mind? This makes the assumption

downsizing

Downsizing

Downsizing in retirement – Is this you? You are  rattling around in your big old house which was fine when the family was growing but

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Organising yourself

Be happy in retirement – get organised! This post is about organising retirement.  Many retired people say that they don’t understand how they had time

fitness in retirement

Fitness in retirement

Fitness in retirement You know how it goes.  You start off with great plans for retirement – gym 3 times a week, long walks in