The dangers of a spontaneous approach to retirement | MoneySense

The idea of “no-placeness

The baby boomers’ retirement will be much different from earlier generations; nothing new there. However, a different perspective is on the temporariness of their lifestyles.  It seems that nothing is permanent any more.  David Houle has referred to this as “no-placeness.” The baby boomers have led very mobile lives.  They have changed careers more often than their parents.  They have changed homes and even marriages more so than earlier generations. They are ripe for the no-placeness movement.  Lives that plug-in and plug-out quite easily to fit the current needs of the individual.

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