Why is retirement education an issue? Here you are, entering the world of retirement, and more likely than not, you are looking at this new horizon as some sort of finish line. You’ve gotten plenty of education, you lived out your career, and here you are at one of the most highly anticipated parts of your life. (more…)
At the time I am writing this, we are still in the middle of the coronavirus era of social isolation. Hopefully, that will be easing soon and we can all get out to play more – perhaps with more social distancing and avoidance of large crowds. But with this in mind, there are still plenty of options for fun and recreational pursuits. (more…)
Hopefully you are dreaming of some great escapes this year. My wife Ione and I have been on some great trips lately, and we want to share some European travel tips that will make your adventure fun and safe.
Europe, yes or no? The answer is yes. (more…)
Hopefully you are dreaming of some great escapes this year. My wife Ione and I have been on some great trips in the past few years and want to share some money-saving and experience-enhancing retirement travel secrets.Traveling by car (or RV if you prefer) is still great, (more…)
We are already well into 2020. Regardless of whether you are one of those people that make resolutions, go with the flow, or something in between, why not try a couple of new retirement adventures this year (also good for pre-retirees). There are literally hundreds (even thousands) of possibilities but I’ve given you a great starter list of 25 options. (more…)
When your kids (or grand kids) were little, did they ever whine “I don’t have anything to do”, implying that it was your job to keep them entertained during all waking hours. You know how much this annoyed you, so don’t be your own little kid. There are plenty of things to keep you interested and occupied. Here are a few starter ideas for activities and hobbies. (more…)