life after retirement
Adulting,  Aging

Why Life Doesn’t Stop After Retirement

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Many of us who are lucky enough to retire from work at the right age, will need to think about our options. For example, do you stop working full-time and head into part-time work? It’s difficult for many of us to stop working altogether, so we carry on in some capacity. You can’t blame those that do as they have probably dedicated their lives to their industry and profession.

Maybe you could move to a warmer climate or abroad. Just pick up your savings, your suitcases and go. Many people choose to do this because they want to live in paradise for the last leg of life. You can’t blame them because it’s about time you enjoyed some relaxing time in the sun.

Another option when you retire is to move to a community that is centered around other people that are at a similar time in their lives. In some of these communities, you get looked after by healthcare professionals who tend to all your medical needs and life is kept upbeat with lots of different activities. 

Mentoring young professionals

So often we think of retirement as for old people. Well, retirement these days is at the age of around 70. But with modern diets, medicine and exercise routines, 70 isn’t that old. There are politicians, and business owners around the world that are around this age and they still work a full-time schedule. So if you would like to continue working in your industry in some form, you can always help the younger generation.

Mentoring professionals are becoming more and more popular in every aspect. You get to teach the brash and bold youngsters about the industry, show them how certain things are done and or approached and help them become a success in their own lives. If this interests you, look to join up to an industry mentoring program. You might also be able to do this within your own company so check before you go elsewhere.

A shared retirement

Perhaps you would rather be surrounded by others in your situation as well. In that, a company with a great reputation such as Yukana is one of your top options. They have a private residence, giving you privacy and space for yourself. You’ll be in a newly renovated unit and apartment, which is set inside beautiful gardens. There’s always the freshest food which is made daily and you can call upon the staff to make you whatever kind of snack you need during the day. The whole concept is simulating your life outside of the retirement home so it’s as normal as possible.

Travel the world

Now perhaps more than ever, it’s your time to explore the world. You’ve worked hard all your life, saved up and invested wisely so now you can take it easy and go globetrotting. There are discounts for retirees all the time in all kinds of holiday agencies. Cruise holidays are particularly open to giving seniors discounts on their voyages and package plans.

Retirement doesn’t mean retirement from life. You can continue to work in some kind of manner in your industry by mentoring the young that are coming through and help them to become successful. You could choose to live alongside and share time with other retirees. Or maybe it’s finally time to travel the world now that you will have plenty of free time in retirement.

Have you thought about what you might want to do when you retire? I’m interested in hearing about it, so leave me a note in the comments.

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