Category Archives: Retirement Happiness

Bridging the Gap in Retirement

Nowadays, many retirees (or soon to be retirees) want to work to some degree in their retirement years. These so-called “bridge jobs” can serve many purposes, such as the need for income, the social aspects of a workplace, or perhaps … Continue reading

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Handling Aging Parents with TLC

If you are over 60 (or if you have parents over 60), you owe it to yourself and your family to have a frank discussion about long-term care in a tender way. Why? With people retiring sooner but living longer, … Continue reading

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The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall

“Great shot kid. Now don’t get cocky!” That was the advice from the older and wiser Han Solo to a young, upstart soon-to-be Jedi named Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars movie series. It turns out Han’s advice applies equally … Continue reading

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Finance Friday: Go Right Ahead and Enjoy Your Speciality Coffee–Without Guilt!

A lot of popular financial advice focuses on ways to cut expenses, like making coffee at home rather than buying a latte from Starbucks. But if you really want to cut expenses, you get more bang for your buck targeting … Continue reading

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Awaken Your AgePotential with Lori Campbell

If you want to thrive regardless of age or stage of life or if you or someone you know is suffering from the aging blues, you will want to check out Lori Campbellā€™s newly released book, Awaken Your AgePotential. I … Continue reading

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Finance Friday: Money Is NOT the Root of All Happiness

Research from George Washington University indicates that deep, long-lasting happiness (or perhaps contentment, if you prefer) is not related to money or possessions. Instead, there are three key components of true happiness: relationships (with family and friends), intellectual stimulation (but … Continue reading

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Finance Friday: Personality Impacts Your Longevity

Researchers at Yeshiva University found that personality impacts longevity. Their study of a few hundred centenarians found several common characteristics, including these personality traits: a positive outlook on life, outgoing, optimistic, easygoing, laughing easily and often, and having a large … Continue reading

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