Finally there is a fun factor to retirement Source: New Study Uncovers The Upside Of Retirement Leisure: The Freedom Zone | HuffPost
A recent large, long term, 5 continent study in the Lancet shows that eating 3-4 servings of fruits, vegetables or legumes every day is associated with a 22% lower risk of death from any cause. Eating more then 3-4 servings of fruits/vegetables/legumes every day did not show any association with risk of death. Raw vegetable… Read More Vegetables – yes they are good for you…. even for retired people. See the latest research in the Lancet.
//www.anrdoezrs.net/am/8415044/include/allCj/impressions/page/am.js Let’s talk out loud about senior sex, celebrating the joys and addressing the challenges. This blog offers senior sex news, views and reviews of sex toys, books, and films that interest sex-positive Boomers and elders. Joan Price is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Sex After 50: How to Maintain – or Regain!… Read More Sept 9 Naked at Our Age – Joan Price – Sex & Aging Views & News
A new Ted Talk on neurogenesis highlights the things you can do to improve neurogenesis at any age.
In “70Candles!,” older women explore the most important issues facing women as they age, and how society might help ease their way into the future. Source: Thriving at Age 70 and Beyond – The New York Times
Coming to terms with retiring is still a work in progress for some, particularly men. Good friends Ric O’Shay and Peter Pitt have different perspectives. Source: Retirement: For some it’s still a work in progress – Seniors online
The same mind-set and habits that work so well when people are building their nest egg can damage their quality of life—and their investments—in retirement. Source: The Mental Mistakes We Make With Retirement Spending – WSJ
Olderhood.com is a website with a lot of different content related to retirement. The Olderhood business is located in the Bahamas. For those not able to retire to the Bahamas I offer this list of books about how to re-invent yourself in retirement provided by another blogger Pat Doyle in Cincinnati. I found Pat’s blog… Read More Retirement Transitioning Resources
Following my last post on finding a new herd, I thought I’d look back on one of the biggest changes I’ve experienced in my transition into retirement – relationship connections. Even 3 years into retirement this continues to be a personal challenge. While I was working, I interacted with a lot of people every day. […]… Read More Retirement & New Relationships — retirementtransition by Pat Doyle