Two of the biggest fears for Australian Baby Boomers in preparing for retirement is coping with unplanned financial expenses and outliving one’s savings. Despite this many retirees don’t have a budget. They worry about money but don’t have a plan of action to counter that fear.
Why are we human beings so resistant to developing a budget? Read More
The wonderful thing about retirement is that the Baby Boomers finally have the opportunity to become the ‘Me-Timers’. After balancing a busy career, family and social commitments for so many years, they finally get to focus on the things that light them up. That might mean learning to play the saxophone (I’ve only had the darn thing 20 years!), selling up and making that tree change, or trekking through Patagonia.
I am a strong advocate for possibility thinking, living one’s dreams and creating a full and exciting retirement, but I also want to ensure that people approaching retirement are set up for success. I want to ensure that their dreams and goals are achievable. Read More
I was interviewed for an article by Over 60 and AustralianSuper and I'm thrilled to share it with you. What you can do to get your home 'retirement ready' - does your home reflect the things you want to do in retirement? I'm not talking a complete overhaul, just simple tips for enjoying the space you have. Read More