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5 Reasons to Embrace Change in Retirement

Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” ― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein Change is unavoidable.  For this reason, if we want to be happy retirees, we must embrace change with gusto like never before. We should commit to thriving, Learn More

Best Natural Remedy for Menopause Relief – Ashwagandha

I was struggling with menopausal hormonal imbalance and irritability until I discovered Ashwagandha. Menopause can be a nightmare. Whereas Ashwagandha is a dream come true! It’s the best natural remedy for menopause relief. It’s the natural solution for balancing your menopausal hormones and improving your Learn More

What is a Self-Reliant Retiree?

One of the biggest mistakes couples make when they are considering retirement is that they do what’s popular instead of being self-reliant. They conform to what financial planners, friends, in-laws, and even Millennial bloggers say they should do. Most of what these know-it-all-do-gooders say is Learn More

What is Workcamping? On the Road to Retirement

What is Workcamping? Disclosure: This article contains Amazon affiliate links to products we recommend. If you click through and make a purchase through these links, we’ll get a small commission, but you won’t pay any extra. Thank you!  Imagine stepping out of your door each Learn More

What Type of Grandparent are You

It seems that many freely use their grandparent card when planning retirement. Applications range from eliminating the embarrassment of downsizing all the way to forcing one’s spouse into maintaining an opulent lifestyle. No one’s motives are ever challenged since we can’t really know another’s inner Learn More

Baby Boomers, Prescription Drugs, and Cannabis Use

Long gone are the 1960s days of flower power and counterculture hippies. However, Baby Boomers still use drugs. Although the choice of drugs has changed over time. Prescription drugs such as Adderall, Prozac, and Vicodin have taken the place of recreational drugs such as LSD Learn More

Why Baby Boomers Move to Walkable Towns

Baby boomers move to walkable towns because of the ideal experience and quality of life that’s offered. Does living in a quaint, but cosmopolitan town within walking distance to supermarkets, banking, shopping, and libraries sound attractive? Are biking trails and city parks on your “that Learn More