Nancy was recently quoted in USA Today.
“There are things they knew on some level but didn’t admit,” Schlossberg says. Now “they’re afraid they’ll outlive their money”…
Retire? Never. The week after I retired, a reporter called to interview me about a project. At the end of the interview, she asked how I wanted to be identified. I could not get the words “I am retired” out.
The poet Robert Browning wrote, “The Best Is Yet to Be.”
Maybe. Maybe the future will be wonderful — if we can figure out how to live well. Ted Fishman, author of the best-selling “Shock of Gray,” wrote: “And while we will likely engineer ever-longer lives, can we figure out how to fill the extra years with vitality and joy?”
A large nest egg doesn’t guarantee a happy retirement. While a significant retirement income is likely to make you happier than just scraping by, money isn’t the only necessity. Here are some tips for cultivating retirement happiness:
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