The media has made sure we all know that baby boomers are turning 65 this year and much of the discussion is focused on the lack of readiness…financial readiness of this generation. Certainly the recent economic downturn devastated many retirement accounts and many boomers are [...]
We welcome our guest blogger from Ireland, Greg Butler:
Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of man’ suggests that there is an underlying pattern to our lives involving distinct stages or acts- infant, schoolboy, lover, soldier, justice, pantaloon, and second childhood. The successful transition between stages depends [...]
I was in conversation last weekend with an acquaintance we will call Sally in her late 50’s or early 60’s. As I described The 3rd Act, she was very interested and then she said. “When I can finally retire, I will sign up.” I asked [...]
I recently visited a lovely southern California mobile home park. It was designed for those over 55 and I saw many couples leading active lives as I walked through the park. I wondered if their decision to move there was difficult.
I remember my Mother [...]