Extra Reading: Happy Holidays

It’s hard to believe another year is just about over.  2018 went by so fast.  It reminds me of a quote by Gretchen Rubin, author and happiness expert:

The day’s are long, but the years are short.

I will be taking time off from posting during Christmas week.  But,  here’s some articles for you to read while you’re sipping your spiked eggnog.

Extra Reading

My Own Advisor is celebrating the increased TFSA limit.

Here’s how to deal with market volatility if you’re retiring soon.

And, a year-end financial clean-up from the Blunt Bean Counter.

Your retirement budget is based on retirement type.  What’s your retirement personality?

Travel tops the list for retirement activities.  Here’s a list of attractions everyone should see.

No Thanks Mom author Elizabeth Stewart explains what to do with your keepsakes.

A nostalgic Xmas bedtime tale.

And finally, here’s some inspiration for leading an active life well into your 90’s.

Final thoughts

While I’m stuffing myself with turkey and all the fixings, I’ll be thinking about ways to improve the blog. 

Can you help me out?

Is there anything in particular you want to read about?  What types of posts do you want more of?  What do you want less of? 

Do you have a story you’d like to share?  Your retirement successes? What you would do differently in hind site? 

I’m open to any suggestions.

   Merry Christmas!

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2 Responses

  1. Anne says:

    I will be retiring in March 2019, turning 65 and finishing a 45 year nursing career. I have done a lot of financial and personal work and reflection but am jnterested in what your readership finds are useful “senior” rates and specials. Thanks

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