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Retirement Plans

Planning, financially, for your retirement is important to start early, but what fun is all that money if you don’t make plans for fun?

If, theoretically, I can retire between age fifty and sixty, I’ll have 20 to 35 years of nothing but time. 245 more words


No.13: Life .... and other plans

‘Life is what happens to you when you’re busy making other plans’ is John Lennon’s heartfelt message in ‘Beautiful Boy’. This wonderful lyric accurately describes our current position prior to casting off. 1,427 more words


Childcare is broken

Today Slate’s Dear Prudence advice column included a question that captures one of the problems of moving away from intergenerational families and the support networks they create. 540 more words


Mental Pay Cheques

You show up every day, sometimes mindfully and sometimes not. You want to make a difference, in the lives of clients and co-workers, sometimes successfully and sometimes not. 1,180 more words


Danson Hangs Up Her Stick on Stellar Career

Great Britain and England Hockey have mixed emotions in reporting that Alex Danson-Bennett has decided to retire from hockey. Whilst it is hugely disappointing to lose a player of Alex’s calibre, we are happy in the knowledge that this is the right decision for her. 874 more words


Fortune Cookie

Planning for the next stage of life, in my case, retirement, is a much steeper learning curve then I had ever anticipated. It’s not just enough to have plans for what you want to do, in my case writing and traveling or maybe writing about traveling, you also need to learn how to pay for it. 811 more words

Goodbye to The Ravenator

Mark “The Ravenator” Raven is flying the coup and retiring after 30 years of service. His last day will be Monday 6 April. 29 more words

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