The simple trick to creating a meaningful retirement for yourself

It’s all well and good to say that you need to find purpose in retirement but for some this is well intended but frustrating advice. They have stepped away from work, caught up on sleep, cleared out the corporate wardrobe and now want to know what retirement can look like on a day-to-day basis. They want REAL examples because without work these are now a lot of waking hours to fill!

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What are your non-negotiables in retirement?

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.

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Health Focus: How your GP can help as you prepare for life in retirement

We all know that it’s important to see your GP for regular check-ups and I’m pretty sure that there are plenty of us out there who think ‘I’ll make that appointment next week’ and suddenly six months passes before you realise that you still haven’t visited your GP. As the adage goes, prevention is better than cure and in this week’s blog Sunshine Coast GP Dr Ruth Nash shares her insight and tips into healthcare and ageing, along with some great services which you may not know your GP offers (often for free!).

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