While I have always been a highly introspective person, I never thought my introspection would grow more prominently into old age. I assumed (never assume) that by now – at 64 – I would have it all figured out and there would be less of a need to be looking inward and more of a desire to increasingly play cards with other people near or in retirement. Boy was I wrong!
The so-called “longevity revolution” drives the next phases of Baby Boomer life, as they reach into their elder years. In short, we are still around and will stay around much longer than our predecessor generations. Plus, there are a lot of us, some 78 to 80 million by most estimates.
Finding a balance when defining who you are and what you do.
Looking into the question of “If Not Now, When?” & More
Working instead of retiring is good for your health and well-being.
On the importance of bringing back the iconic peace symbol.
My Post-Midlife Reevaluation,.