It’s the time of year when we want to be closest to our loved ones, so we’ve put together some of our top tips for a fun virtual holiday – despite the pandemic. Read the article here.
Fall is approaching, but can we enjoy it safely? Here are some ways to have pumpkin-spiced fun this fall – despite the coronavirus pandemic.
No one loves every single thing about their workday, but when you’re retired you might miss the predictability, routine and challenges that your work gave you. Let’s shift our mindset from what we had and look at the opportunities that retirement presents.
Summer is on its way, but due to the pandemic some activities that you’ve been looking forward to might have to wait until 2021. Here are 3 ways that you and your family can still make life-long memories during the unusual pandemic summer ahead.
Get your family together and ask yourselves these three questions. Your answers will help you build a better bucket list full of things you’ll enjoy doing today and look forward to doing safely someday soon.
Travel plans may be disrupted right now, but there are still opportunities to get outside and stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more about ways to get away during the pandemic here.
Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to play with some of the world’s best golfers. This article is a great resource for you if you love golf, and more importantly, if you want effective, practical tools that can improve your game.
According to AARP, baby boomers expected to take an average of 4-5 trips during 2019. Retired boomers who plan to travel more might even exceed that pace once they’re no longer working. Over the course of a typical 20-30-year retirement, that’s an awful lot of beaches, athletic resorts, and bucket list landmarks getting crossed off.
This empty nest transition can be very emotional. And in some cases, like children who stay on your health insurance until age 25, the break isn’t as clean as it used to be. But this change should also be exciting! Here are some tips on how you and your spouse can stay positive and make the most out of all your new free time, all that new space, and hopefully, all that extra money.
The only thing better than sleeping in is jumping out of bed early because you’re energized and excited for the day ahead. This is the kind of active and fulfilling retirement that we love to help our clients prepare for. Here are some ideas for creating a new retirement schedule that will keep you growing, learning, experiencing new things, and making meaningful connections with your community.
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