Instead of those micro-resolutions, you know, lose those 10 pounds, drink less of that particular beverage, phoning your mother more, what about a BHAR? This is a resolution that might take you years to accomplish. Being the best at something. Writing that book. Learning an instrument.
You can still break it down to smaller parts, but visualize something that would shift the entire direction of your life.
But phone your mother anyway.
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Retirement isn’t something that is super fun or captivating to talk about, I know. But I must talk about it because what you have saved for retirement is literally all you’ve got to support you when you wish (or must) stop working. Now, I’m going to throw some words and numbers in that may have […]
via Retirement: Why You Need To Start NOW. — This Intentional Life
“What are you going to do with your time when you retire?”, was a question I heard over, and over, and OVER from my co-workers and friends before I retired, 12 days ago. What indeed? So far, there hasn’t been a dull moment. I literally now do not have time for a job. The first […]
via Retirement. What to do now? — Cool McCool’s Garage
In early retirement, we have the opportunity to make life easy, maybe too easy. And while that may sound great (no commute! no travel at the most crowded times!), a life that’s too easy is actually bad for us. Let’s dig into why that is and what we should all do instead.
via Don’t Let Life Get Too Easy in Early Retirement — Our Next Life
I was just reading a posting from Ramblings from Retirement which I just re-posted below. So many things struck home. His comment about how tea came in one flavour, tea flavour. My favorite was some of the difficulties in connecting his new type of TV to his system.
My favorite tea is now a white tea called Buddha’s blend. A series of different flavours combined with things that were never considered tea in the past.
I realized that life now comes with a lot more in the way of instructions than it ever did before. That level of complexity appears to be necessary in order to achieve this retiring life of simplicity we are now aiming for. Thoreau said ‘simplify, simplify, but I don’t think we can get there from here anymore.
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