Your retirement lifestyle can be as individual as you are. As long as you remain active and maintain social connections, your personalized retirement lifestyle should make you happy and healthy, allowing you to reap the rewards you’ve earned through your working life.
In addition to planning your retirement finances, you should consider how you want to live as a retiree. What kind of lifestyle is going to suit you in your golden years?
What are your retirement goals? Do you want to be traditional, or do you want to chart your own course? Would you prefer to relax, or are you itching to be as active as possible?
Your decisions about what to do in retirement should chart a path toward financial security and physical and mental health.
If it suits you, for example, you can spend time with the grandchildren and just revel in being a grandparent. If you would be happier starting a whole new career, maybe you could try being a consultant or selling your craftwork. Or you could just pursue leisure, hitting the golf course or dropping a towel on the beach.
Some retirees choose gardening, going to the track or tinkering with projects around the house. Travel is always an option. Volunteer work or going back to school can be especially rewarding for others.
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