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Being With What Is!

There are things we don’t want to happen, but we have to accept; things we don’t want to know but we have to learn; and people whom we can’t live without, but we have to let go. (Author Unknown) Retirement … Continue reading

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Accepting Change

One of the most challenging aspects of moving towards retirement is figuring out what one will do with TIME. Without the structure of work and work friends, taking the time to create a plan is vital to a successful retirement. … Continue reading

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Awaken Your Passion

While we all know that growing older brings a growing awareness of our mortality, it is also an opportunity to shed old roles that never felt authentic and explore dormant wants and dreams. Giving yourself permission to have imaginings about … Continue reading

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Staying Present in the Moment

With all our advanced and ultra fast technology, we are being encouraged, if not programmed to get ahead of ourselves.  Some people I know with years of work before retirement are already thinking and planning for 5, 10 years ahead. … Continue reading

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Changing Priorities

As we age our priorities change.  After age 60, our focus lessens on work  as most of our career goals have probably been met, and concerns about family and life meaning begin to predominate our thoughts.  Our bodies, as well, … Continue reading

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The New Retirement

The old retirement framework of sitting on the porch ‐ waiting for life to pass – does not fit anymore. Today, the New Retirement concept offers people the opportunity to approach retirement as the Next Phase of your life. Are … Continue reading

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Change Promises Growth

Some people I know of retirement age with lots of talents and secure finances are reluctant to retire because they ask, “what will I do with myself?” If you have been working for 30 or 40 years for 8 – … Continue reading

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