Finally, a realistic portrayal of retirement.

I agree – something that captures the core issues of retirement: “What one expects from retirement is different for everyone because we are unique creatures. Yet all of us must realise that we are on a journey, from the moment we are born until the day we die. The final stage in our lives should be treated like all the other episodes in our brief existence – as an adventure filled with discovery, joy, wonder, sorrow and bliss.”

Aging International

This is the best article I have read on retirement, written by someone who speaks from experience, not research and techno babble. I highly recommend it.

Retirement is like any other stage of life – filled with joy and sorrow.

I understand why the ONS says the newly retired are among the happiest. But happiness, like everything else, has an expiry date

What one expects from retirement is different for everyone because we are unique creatures. Yet all of us must realise that we are on a journey, from the moment we are born until the day we die. The final stage in our lives should be treated like all the other episodes in our brief existence – as an adventure filled with discovery, joy, wonder, sorrow and bliss.

Everyone’s retirement will be filled with trial and tribulation because death is awaiting us. How we overcome those tests of our…

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