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The RetireNet Blog
For many seniors, retirement can’t come soon enough. And it’s not work that’s the problem: we derive a satisfying sense of purpose from our jobs, and many, many people are reluctant to quit. The problem often is that their life no longer fits.
A moderate climate means that the temperature is neither too hot nor too cold. An area with a moderate climate is not subject to extreme weather condition, but is generally mild or calm.
With hints of Spring in the air after what seems like an endless winter, warm weather communities are seeming more and more attractive to retire to. Why live in an area where you look forward to a few short summer months, when you can live in warmth year
Who says retirement can't be romantic? From coast to coast, we have located five retirement communities that we feel are worth a look from you and your loved one.
If you’re retired, chances are good you’re on a fixed budget. That means there will always be things you can’t afford to do; but it doesn’t mean you can’t afford to keep busy, or to have fun, or to find satisfaction in life.
More and more, retirees are not willing to “take it easy” in their golden years—now that they have the time for it, they want to enjoy life to the fullest. Here are five suggestions to help you accomplish exactly that.
Many retirees, upon beginning their new life, find out they’ve neglected one important aspect of retirement planning: who will they spend it with? The answer to that question may affect their quality of life more than anything else.