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393 Neighbors

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Retired people tend to be around the house when not traveling. We linger by the mail box and talk to neighbors of weather, recent trips or cars on the street. Having good neighbors doesn't happen by accident. We have to work at this.

392 Help?

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"I'm from the government and I'm here to help": frightening or comforting words. We need to think a bit about that. Truth is stood on it's head by cliches all too often.

391 Exercise for the Brain

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New studies indicate physical exercises do more for the mind than we might have imagined. Sure we can do crosswords or study a foreign language but perhaps we would be better off walking quickly around the block.

390 Working after Retirement?

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We would all like to follow our bliss. It would be nice to be paid for doing what we love. Retirement may offer us this opportunity. It works for some.

389 End of Life Choice

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Ending one's own life is a choice we all make. We either do or we don't. The twists of life events sometimes make that choice shift in value. It is something we might do well to consider rather than ignore for our own good as well as others.

388 Personal Experience

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In this podcast I read a letter from a Sherri Robinson telling of her retirement experience. She is a listener and has given retirement some serious thought. Here she shares some of her ideas and suggestions. You are welcome to do the same.

387 Frustration

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Life has a way of throwing frustration into our life that is well grounded and frustration that has no basis. Regardless of cause frustration has to be confronted.

386 Distraction

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Creating and maintaining a retirement of one's own choosing isn't easy. Outside forces assault our own thoughts, intentions and actions constantly. Retaining a sense of self requires constant vigilance.

385 Staying Fit?

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Staying fit has come to be associated with physical fitness. But that isn't the only thing for which we need to be fit. We might want to keep that in mind as we add the years. It might make us feel better about ourselves.

384 Food & Retirement

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Retirement brings with it time to Indulgence in what we like best and for many of us that is eating. Our health can suffer dramatically. We find ourselves unable to do much other than eat some more. What to do?

383 Death - Being Prepared

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Sometimes there are subjects we just don't want to face. Death is one. We have a hard time considering or discussing our own death. There is a new approach that might be worth investigating called the Death Cafe.

382 Dermatologist

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Retirement comes with getting older as does a changing body. A dermatologist checks our surface for signs of hazards. The results of their check can result in a few temporary changes in our appearance. With only a little thought we know it is worthwhile.

381Technology

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Is it worth keeping up with technological changes as we age? We learn how to use one thing and then there is another that is suppose to do it better. How do we keep up? Are there any tricks? Or should we just stop?

380 New Friends?

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Friends make life. We wouldn't want to live alone. Sometimes we just drift apart, or one of us move or they die. At any rate we find ourselves wishing for some new friends. What to do?

379 Upkeep

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Upkeep is something that we must maintain throughout life. It isn't easy. Change can come so slowly that it escapes notice. Our life and everything around us can easily shrink and deteriorate around us. We must be ever alert and assertive.

378 Alaska - Go Now

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The Land of the Midnight Sun attracts like a magnet. It is like a universal lifetime dream. After living there for twenty years and traveling back and forth over another 25 I can't understand why people don't just go. It is easy.

377 Relating to Grandchildren

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Communicating across generations is always a challenge. What can we do to stay connected to our children and children's children? We might have to change our ways. That is always a challenge.

376 New Habits

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Habits are what gets us in trouble. Or habits are what save us. They can be take us to where we want to go. Or they can lead us into the valley of misery. New habits can be established at any time in life - retirement is no exception.

375 Getting Around

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Getting from one place to another can be a problem for all of us. The difficulty can increase as we age. What to do? It might be very wise to choose our place of residency very carefully. Getting around can become a joy instead of a problem.

374 No Time to Shave

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We men either grow a beard or shave. One or the other. There are no other choices. In many areas of our life we do have options. It is important to realize where we do and where we don't. We retired people have choices - about some things.

373 Casinos

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Retirement gives us time to do many things we have never had time to do previously. One of them is to gamble or visit casinos. We might want to think that one over before we swing open the doors.

372 Gun Control

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Retirement allows time to reflect upon our experiences and try to make sense of our world. Sometimes personal experiences make all the rationalizing we find in the news appear more than a bit absurd.

371 Dogs

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We can all use a bit of unconditional love in our lives. Dog owners realize this. Thus we have the committed relationship. Benefits flow both ways.

370 Is the World a Better Place?

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We all want the world to be a better place for future generations. Is it? Have we left it better or worse? Do we share blame or credit? We certainly hear about lots of problems today.

369 Being Alone

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Loneliness is part of the human condition. Without workplace connections we can find ourselves even more isolated. We need other people in our lives and that doesn't happen without effort.

368 Death, Escape, Retirement

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We could have died quite easily - but we didn't. The rest of life is sort of a bonus. We may turn it into a true learning experience. It can be life changing and may lead to an early retirement.

367 Freedom

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What does freedom mean to you now that your retired? A friend recently asked me that question. I had to give it some thought. It was worth the effort.

366 (051) Technology

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How fast does technology change our lives? How many times do we have to relearn how to do something? It isn't easy to keep up. Maybe we should dig a hole and crawl in? On the other hand, maybe we just need to keep on learning. It may be worth it.

365 (049)Love Trips

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We retired people spend a lot time traveling to see either parents, children or grandchildren - love trips. Many times these trips are made via airplane. Now we find out that traveling in this manner may have a short future. What to do?

364 Worry

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Worry seems to be one of the constant conditions of living. We worry about big things and little things. We may be wise to establish 'worry free zones' in our lives. We do want to enjoy part of our time revolving around the sun.

363 Political Involvement

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Some of us dream of getting more involved in the political process when we retire. We will have time to attend meetings or help work on campaigns or issues that are dear to us. What can we do? Here is a perfect example of one man's effort.

362 My Funeral

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Planning for our funeral is something we can choose to do or not. There are many choices. It might be wise to give it some thought while we still can.

361 Priorities

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It is hard to get anything done if we don't know where we want to go. Where we really want to go. Priorities become imperative. It is to easy to get pulled off course by an invasive whim or momentary thought.

360 Awake

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We all do some things unconsciously that surprise us when we think of them. Why do we do that? Here are two things that we might do well to consider. We have time.

359 Weather & News

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It is the little things that sometimes make a real difference in our life. How do you spend your time? Listening to weather and news? Sometimes we do things without realizing what we are doing.

358 Following Your Children

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Retirement sometimes gives us a chance to reunite our families. Though schools and jobs may have separated us from siblings and children we may now have a chance to reunite. Those grandchildren send out a strong signal. Should we move? Or not?

357 Home Exchange

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Traveling is one thing many retired people like to do. The experience can be greatly enhanced by exchanging your residence for someone else's. Home Exchange provides a wonderful means for arranging such swaps. We have found our experiences greatly enriched and no money is involved.

356 Tai Chi and the Lost Wallet

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Tai Chi has proven itself over hundreds of years to many people. It is good for us. Seeing it practiced and losing my wallet left a lasting impression.

355 Granddaughters and History

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We could all use a map of what might happen if we turn one direction or another. We would like to know which roads lead into a box canyon. That is where experience comes in. It would be well to know what has happened to others that have traveled this road.

354 The Con Game

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Being taken advantage of is a serious matter. The con, or the scam, is always in fashion one way or the other. They can have tragic results and produce compelling stories.

353 Advantages of Aging

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There are some advantages to aging. One is that we have higher BS radar. We learn to be a better judge of character. We have been around the block and can more easily spot the good from the bad. At least we hope so.

352 Time is Ticking

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Experiences in retirement bring a sharp focus on the time we have to live. If we are paying attention we get an extra incentive to make our time count. Our end can pop up unexpectedly.

351 Road Trip Reflections

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Part of the enjoyment of taking a road trip is found in reflecting. We dig out pictures and videos. We listen to audio clips. We look at a big map. Memories are resurrected and pleasure visits us once more.

350 On the Road 2013

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Our first week on the road: did our plans work? Problems? Experiences. Retirement offers many advantages to travel. We try to not just drive down the road. The goal is to enjoy - each day.

349 On the Road(rebroadcast 247)

 

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We point the car south and east to start an extended road trip. It is fall and it is beautiful all over the country. The Northwest is no different.We are off to a good start. And we find espresso everywhere. (We are presently on a similar trip but I forgot a tiny audio jack which prevents me from recording this week. Sorry.)

348 Options for Road Trip

Taking a road trip offers us many options. We can choose bike, motorcycle, RV, car, SUV, pickup truck or whatever. The method chosen can determine much about the nature of the trip.

347 Road Trip Plan

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Planning a road trip is part the American Dream. We want to just leave everything behind and find some new adventure. What is around the bend and over the hill? Lets make a plan.

346 Looking Forward

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Keeping something out there to look forward to is always good. But we don't want the future, or the past, to cheat us out of the present.

345 Finding Meaning(Part 2)

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By the time we retire we may know more than we are aware. Sometimes we just need to someone to approve our thoughts and actions.

344 Finding Meaning

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Retirement can bring into sharp focus our beliefs concerning what we truly value in life. What gives our life meaning rises to the surface through our daily actions.

343 Retirement Guilt

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Being buried under a blanket of guilt doesn't lead to a happy retirement. Must we feel guilty for leaving the world of work? Is it okay to sit still?

342 Second Opinion

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Sometimes what our doctor says just doesn't make sense. Somewhere in our bones we just know that can't be. We want another opinion. We should never hesitate on this one.

341 What do you do?(013 revised)

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What do you with your life now that you are retired? It is a commonly asked question. The answer is not so common or easily given. We do lots of things. A sound bite will not suffice.

340 Retiring with Your Spouse

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"He is always underfoot" is a cliche that accompanies men into retirement. Is it true? Surely there is a way to make the situation less deserving of the slur.

339 To Stay or Move?

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It is comforting to stay in the same place a long time. You develop a sense of place. It is exciting to move somewhere else. It is exciting and challenging. Can we have both?

338 Relocating(revised 005)

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Retiring offers us the opportunity to move. We could live anywhere - in the world; different climate, new surroundings, change in life. Is it worth it?

337 What Now (Revised)

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What is it that will give us eternal happiness? How can we know that what we are pursuing will satisfy our needs. Do we know what happiness is? Seems like we should.

336 Now that I have Retired

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Now that you have decided to retire decisions need to be made that will fulfill dreams or maintain a sense of happiness in your life. What should those decisions be based upon? Life is different after retirement.

335 Hit the Road

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How would it be to live in three months in Paris, then Thailand, then Prague, then Puerto Vallarta? That's your first year of living without owning anything. Sell the house, sell the car, sell your stuff. Retirement is the right time.

334 Should I Retire?

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How do we know when it is time to retire? Will it be the same for us as it has been for others? Is this when we want to not rush life? Or is this time to bail?

333 The Pleasure of Food

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Retirement gives us time to - fill in the blank. Food is one of the words that work well. We may want to grow it, cook it or just eat it. Does it give us pleasure? Is it worth the effort?

332 Assist or Enable

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We want to help but we don't want to enable. Life challenges continually present themselves to our children and grandchildren. We have to be careful with our words and actions.

331 E-cigarettes

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Sometimes the world feels like it is getting away from us. We find ourselves not knowing just exactly what people are referring to. Not even the words are known. What to do?

330 The Pause

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Do we take time enough to consider what we actually experience? Do we pause to consider what we are doing with our life? Perhaps we need to take a bit of time to let our life experiences gain meaning.

329 Graduation

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Just as retirement signifies a step into another phase of life so does high school graduation. Grandchildren bring this past experience back to life to those of us who experience it. This role of being an elder needs to be recognized and celebrated.

328 Irresponsibility

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Some folks on retirement like to do something reckless, wild, or irresponsible. There is a lot to be said for this attitude. It is something many of us would never consider. Maybe we should. Then again...

327 Staying Focused

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We live in a demanding and seductive world. There is competition for our time and energy. Staying focused is not easy. It takes eternal vigilance.

326 Energy?

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Retirement and getting older can mean we run low on energy sometimes. Then again it may be some other reason for a lack of energy. We shouldn't be to quick to ascribe low energy to aging.

325 Connections

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Social lives can become narrow when we leave our jobs. We may have to reach out into new areas for contact. But retirement offers us an opportunity to reach back into our past and touch former friends. We can reconnect. We have time.

324 Explore

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At sometime in life everyone dreams of exploring, discovering and going to exotic places. As we grow older we realize that sometimes we don't have to go far. New vistas may be just outside our door.

323 More to Life than Money

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Retirement brings a host of issues to mind. Money is only one. What we do with the rest of our life has more to do with values: values that are beyond money.

322 Quick and Painless Death

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Do doctors know something the rest of us might wish we did when it comes to dying? A recent report would seem to indicate they do. A quick and painless death might get derailed by good intentions.

321 The Family Story

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Possessing a sense of who we are is important. We need to know what ties our family together. It gives us a sense of identity, esteem and self control. Our story shared across generations has special value.
320(081): Birds
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Retirement and birds: how do they fit together? When four birds were killed by flying into my windows glass during breakfast, it got me thinking. Retirement may be a great time to speak up on behalf of birds. However, this retirement podcast is not just for the birds.

319 Would've, Could've, Should've

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It is easy to fall into the habit of uttering the cliche, "would've, could've, should've". Where does that lead? Retirement gives us an opportunity to do what we really want. The old cliche should be put to rest. We are free to choose.

318 Stuck

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Sometimes we just can't make a move. We just don't know which way to turn. What to do? When this paralysis hits we may need a bit of help - or special resolve.

317 Family Day

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Family Day is a new National Holiday in Canada. I was there for that occasion. Perhaps many of us could use a little prompting and encouragement when it comes to family relationships.

316 Reading for Pleasure

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Reading and retirement seem like a perfect match, like wine and cheese. We have time to read for shear joy. Can there be anything more pleasurable? Perhaps. But it is hard to beat.

315 Regrets

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Regrets can ruin a day for anyone at any time. They can certainly ruin retirement. Regrets can turn a retirement into a purgatory of inaction? Is there anything we can do about it?

314 Limitations

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Limits are with us all of our lives. Retirement and getting older only bring different ones our way. How can we adapt to these new parameters? We will have to adjust. This may a good time to become imaginative.

313 Quest for Meaning 2

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Giving meaning to our life is a solo pursuit. We can't buy it or have it given to us. We have to find our own if we want it to be ours. It really isn't that hard. We just need to be aware and accepting.

312 Quest for Meaning

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Giving meaning to our life is one of retirements main challenges. Parents, teachers and bosses no longer dictate our behavior. We sometimes find this a new and difficult position.

311 Watch Your Step

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Falling down can change all retirement dreams. We might be well advised to slow down just a bit. As an old Alaskan told me when I headed out for a backpacking trip in the mountains, "If you want to get there you had better slow down."

310 The Devil is in the Details

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Change is slow but it can happen. Retirement is not a time to give up on long held dreams. As long as we keep moving in the right directions we can find happiness. That is what Spinoza believed - and so do I.

309 Miserable with Much

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Do we really need so much? So much of everything. Perhaps living with less might lead to a bit more happiness. Just what is it that will make us happy?

308 Looking Ahead

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Some folks don't know what to do with retirement. "What should I do?" is a common question I hear. Retirement calls for us to take charge of our own future. Imagination is vital. We need to reach out with our minds and reconnect with childhood abilities to fantasize and dream.

307 Road Trip

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A road trip has a romantic ring to it. I have always found it to be so. There is something about driving down the driveway and taking that first turn. Here are some suggestions that enhance such trips for us.

306 We Win; We Lose

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We have good days and bad days. Part of moving into the retirement zone is that we have experience at both. We have learned to adjust. At least, we should have learned to adjust.

305 Meditation

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Sometimes our gumption just doesn't want to function. We just can't get going. Maybe that is the time to enjoy the other side of life and just accept tranquility. Nothing wrong with that.

304 Ashes to ...

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Retirement brings new thoughts into one's mind. My wife recently asked me what I wanted done with my ashes. I laughed it off and then...

303 Remembering

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When we launch into a story about our past do we remember what really happened? We all look back on occasion. We also like to tell the truth. How often does our memory bring us the truth?

302 Time to get out of the way

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We don't stay a child forever. And we don't work forever. Neither one would be good or desirable. Retirement is another phase of life that calls for change. We need to make the adjustment.

301 The We Party

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Rugged individualism is held in high esteem. Working with and depending on others - not so much. By the time we are retired we have experienced enough of life to know that there is much to be said for working together.

300 Gumption

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When we retire there may seem to be no reason to get out of bed. "Let us then be up and doing" runs a line from one of my favorite poems. We need to create our own milestones - and that takes gumption.

299 Grit

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Grit is one of the character qualities we admire. We are not born with grit in our blood. We acquire it. Kindness, compassion, charity and love must also be learned. Where do we learn those? Will they stay with us throughout retirement?

298 Five years left?

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Good health will end. Life will end. We need to consider that in our decisions about what we are doing with our life on a daily basis.

297 Reconnecting

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Aristotle believed that real friendship demanded duration. Time has a way of cementing relationships. Retirement offers us an opportunity to reconnect with people from our past. It can be one of our most enjoyable experiences.

296 Recognition

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Recognition is a basic human need. We want people to acknowledge our existence. Sometimes retirement seems to come with a sense of invisibility. What to do?

295 Politics and Persistence

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"Democracy requires educated citizens." So said our elementary school teachers. Do we have an obligation to stay in the harness? It isn't easy.

294 Neighbors

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Good neighbors make life so much better. It took the Olympic Games to get us and our neighbors together. It shouldn't be so difficult.

293 The Story

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Retirement and stories go together. Life and stories go together. We retired folks have many experiences to share. Putting them in story form may be the best way to pass on our heritage.

292 DNA Chasing Down Our Ancestors

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Finding information concerning our heritage is important to many retired folks. We finally have time to investigate. DNA offers a window into our identity that will enlighten and may surprise us.

291 (001): When Should I Retire?

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Considering retirement brings certain aspects of life and death into clear focus. It is important to come to grips with our own tenuous grip on life when considering retirement.

290 Failure as Success

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We are not suppose to fail but that just doesn't make any sense. The road to success is lined with failure. We need to experience it; get use to it and even welcome it. It is part of life.

289 Find Your Bliss

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What is it you do where the time just disappears? Some of us have difficulty deciding what to do in retirement. It might be easier than you think to find what it is you really love.

288 Biking

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Biking is an activity that gets you around, gives you exercise and is fun. How can you beat that? Retirement is a perfect time to adopt this form of mobility. It can literally take you in a new direction.

287 Why Retire?

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We don't all retire or consider retirement for the same reason. We don't all think alike on many things. We might benefit by keeping this little fact in mind when considering retiring, or considering anything else.

286 Travel: Amtrak (Part 4)

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Riding a train from coast to coast is a romantic dream of many. Retirement is the perfect time to realize this dream. What is it like? Is it worth it? Do you really get a good view of the country? Our experience may help you decide.

285 Travel: Boston (Part3)

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Boston is about American as you can get. It has a sense of time and class about it. It exudes a sense of quality and confidence. We loved our visit. But it seemed like more people could be living downtown? Somehow.

284 Travel: NYC (Part 2)

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There is only one New York City. We had wanted to visit for a long time and only in retirement decided that it was now or never. Visiting takes energy and our supply is not increasing. We did not rush. It is the only way to enjoy a visit. And if you can't enjoy it, why bother?

283 Travel: Chicago, NYC, Boston, Amtrak

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Taking a trip requires planning and creates anticipation. Things may go wrong even before you get out the door. Adjustments are sometimes needed.

282 (063: Getting Around)

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Transportation can be a serious problem as we move into retirement years. Getting to the store, post office, restaurant, etc. can be challenging. How do we cope with getting around as we age?
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Can we choose to be happy and have it really happen? Here is a story of one person who did just that. K. Eileen Allen has written a book entitled "I Like Being Old". Not that I'm "old" or that you are. But we can all learn something from her. Here is what I took away from her story concerning happiness.

280 You Can Fix It

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Retirement offers us a chance to do things we have never been able to do. One of the big ones is to slow down and change our attitude towards what we can and cannot do. We can reassess our skills, abilities and our self-confidence.
279 A Retired State of Mind Is there such a thing as a retired state of mind? What might it be? If there is and if we bring it to the surface perhaps it will serve us well.

278 The Good Ol' Days?

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We all have a tendency to look backward occasionally. Sometimes we romanticize that glance. We like to remember only the good. But it isn't honest nor accurate. Our attention might better be focused on appreciating the present.
277 Charlie Avril Interview Charlie Avril lives in Knox, Indiana. His story illustrates the power of having a vision of what he wanted his life to be like during retirement. He knew what it was and he has stayed with his plan.

276 Lists

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Making a life list works well for some. Considering what you want to do in life and writing it down can be good at any age. Sharing that list can make it all the more worthwhile.

275 Heather Leach Interview

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Heather Leach is a writer living in a hill town in the Derbyshire Dales area of England. Her retirement has included relocating and living for a year in France. Here is my first Skype to Skype interview.

274 Magic And Dreams

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When do we loose the ability to dream? When does our ability to imagine a different life disappear? We need to recover this ability when we retire. This can be a magical time.

273 Vacations

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Retired people need vacations I told my grand-daughter. If we don't need a rest, we at least need a change. There are many benefits for retired people in getting away from the routine.
272 (097): Exercise - for the Brain?
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We know our muscles, lungs and cardiovascular system needs to get some exercise. We may not connect this exercise with the best thing in the world we can do for our brain. But, it seems to be true.

271Spring Cleaning

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Spring is time for new growth - rebirth. It is time for new thoughts. For the retired it is time to move our dreams from the inside to include possibilities in the great outdoors.  

270 "Senior Moments"

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Could it be that there is no such thing as "senior moments"? At least not nearly what we think. Or, perhaps I'm forgetting something.

269 Retired & Caregiving

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Being a caregiver is not a role that most retired people seek. But it is a role that many of us assume. We might want to give this some thought and ask a few questions.

268 Doing What You Want

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Retirement means we are free in many ways we have never experienced. We do not have to follow - the crowd or anyone else. Coming to this realization is necessary to reap the benefits.
267 Interview with Cliff Baakke This is the first in what I hope will become a regular part of Retirement Talk. Interviews with people from various locales concerning their experiences with retirement: what worked and what didn't.

266 "Look Around"

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Taking time to experience life is available to the retired. All we have to do is make the effort. "Stop, look and listen" might be a great mantra for us. We may be amazed.

265 New Directions?

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Things change. People die. Interests evolve. We sense we need a change. Our mind goes round and round. Here is an example that might stimulate consideration of your own issues.
264 Retirement: It's About More Than Money This is the beginning of a book that is based on all of the previous podcasts numbers 1 through 263. Chapter One deals with the question: When Should I Retire?

263 Changing Gears

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Retirement is a time of change. We have to be able to change direction and speed. When we need a little help it is understandable - and available.
262 Take Care - of Your Feet? Retirement gives us time. Time to think and time to act. Taking care of ourselves is one thing we may consider more than we have. Taking care includes taking care of our feet. Think about it.

261 The Sky is NOT Falling

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How many crisis can we handle? Retired people have one advantage over younger people. We have had more experiences. We have lived longer. We have lived through lots of "end of the world" scenarios.

260: A Time to Dream

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Dreams don't have to end in childhood. I mean dreams about what we are going to do in life. Retirement is a great time to go to the well and look for something new.

259: Retirement & Movies

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Retirement affords us a special time in life when we can pick and choose how we spend our time. One could do worse than make movies a big part of retirement.

258: Give Life a Poke

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Retirement is a time of freedom for many. It is a time to "do it my way". Why not take advantage and poke around at whatever.

257 Home Projects

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Retirement gives us time to do something with our lives that we never managed during our working careers. Working with our hands can be a wonderful change for some of us. We can learn something new and enjoy the end products.

256: Money: is there anything else?

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Sometimes it feels like money is all that matters. By the time we retire many of us know there is more to life than that which money can buy.

255: Coffee and Retirement

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A person could do worse than drink a cup of coffee every day in the middle of the afternoon. Drink it in a coffee shop with character and a friend and you have arrived.

254: 1000 Months

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Having regrets in life is not something we seek. We would like to be satisfied with our life choices. Do we know where our 1000 months are going?

 

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