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THE BIG PROBLEM NEW RETIREES RUN INTO

There's a real difference between being busy and being fulfilled
As a retirement planning coach, I often find new retirees making a common error: they mistake the joy of being retired with being fulfilled in retirement. After the euphoria of, “Yay! I don’t have to go to work today!” wears off, recent retirees often feel an overall sense of loss.

WHY YOUR RELATIONSHIP NEEDS FORGIVENESS

Even for serious wrongs like infidelity, hanging on to anger hurts you, too
By the time we reach midlife, we’ve experienced all kinds of things in our relationships, some good, some bad. It’s great to think back on the positive experiences once in a while, maybe even re-live them from time to time.

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How to Figure Out ‘What Should I Do Next?’

Struggling to figure out “What should I do next?” in midlife or in retirement? You’re in great company. The good news: It’s never too late to come up with an answer. You might be thinking about hiring a coach, taking an assessment or asking a mentor for advice to navigate this transition. But as a…

What to Do When Your Grown Kid Won’t Talk to You

In the painful days after my husband’s death in 2009, I crafted a eulogy that concluded with a thought from The Book of Laughter and Forgetting by Milan Kundera. It went like this: “Milan Kundera once wrote, ‘Love is a constant interrogation.’ That was the marriage I shared with Joe: a constant interrogation that to…

Seeing America Through New Eyes

In 2011, at 50, I took early retirement from my job as an air traffic controller, left Texas and began traveling the world. Since then, with the exception of a few short visits back to see family, I’ve been hopping from bases as diverse as the Chiapas Highlands of Central Mexico to my current home on the banks of the Mekong River in Southeast Asia...

Guardianship Laws: Improving, But Problems Persist

Cases of abusive guardianships have made headlines for decades. Horrific tales — of relatives fighting over Mom to access her savings, professional guardians draining an estate through exorbitant fees or nursing homes…

A Sneak Peek Into the Future of Work and Retirement

Most retirement and employment analysts believe that, for many Americans, 21st century retirement includes — and will include — some work. My Next Avenue colleague Kerry Hannon calls work “a pillar of retirement.” But is that a good thing for older Americans? And have employers and the U.S. government morphed appropriately to accommodate this reality?…

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