- community, family, and friends
- creating the life you want
- death and divorce
- discovering or reinventing yourself
- finding or creating work and making money
- getting ready for your future
- going back to school, education, and training
- health and dealing with change
- living with your adult children
- losing people you love
- love and marriage
- moving or relocating
- retiring or not retiring
- taking care of your parents
- working longer than you thought
- Marge Warner on Mothers Are Like The Stars, Infinite, Diverse, And In Motion
- David Lubert on An Unemployed Man In His Later 60s, My Dad Needs Help
- George Schofield on In Our Faces: What Have You Noticed?
- Monique on In Our Faces: What Have You Noticed?
- George Schofield on Max, Age 5, And His Grownups Discuss Great Grandma
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This week’s blessing: A week’s visit by one of my sons. Without his terrific wife and amazing daughters. Just Brown Eyes and him and me. Living in our house. For a week.
[I just received this email from someone who has chosen to retire at 58. But it doesn't mean that he's happy with the choice or that he's done working...]
(and there is hope…)
(Part 2 of 3, Read Part 1 Here) Many of us have grown up with an expectation of a reasonable amount of stability: in our environment and relationships within ourselves in the forms of identity and priorities.
(Part 1 of 3) Carl was afraid. It was a quiet fear, but almost relentless. He felt like he no longer knew who he was, what he wanted, or what was important to him. Carl is 51. He and Beth … Continue reading
According to the Labor Department baby boomers account for 54% of self-employed workers and entrepreneurs, up from 48.5% in 2000. As more and more baby boomers retire, they are immediately starting their own business or coming out of a short … Continue reading