Retirement Redesigned

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Friday, March 24, 2023

Retirement Redesigned

Opening up to Mental Health

As we get older, it is after all, the subject that forces itself into our lives and daily awareness. It affects every part of...

Surviving Social Distancing

The sudden and rapid global spread of the Coronavirus and the resultant Covid-19 outbreak is placing our health systems and infrastructure under increasing strain....

When and How to Focus on Building Your Legacy

The real legacy that you leave behind is in your stories A note from Johann It is in retirement that we often start thinking abut the...

The Essential Retirement Investment: Relationships

Retirement can be a perilous time for relationships A note from Johann So many of the structures and building blocks of daily life change in retirement....

At Home and Alone but not Lonely

Suddenly and without much warning, we have to think about a radically changed lifestyle. As the concerns about the Coronavirus spread out, more of us...

Redefining Roles

For married people, the retirement of one of the spouses inevitably leads to the need for a redefinition of their roles. This is...

Celebrating The Special Role of Grandparents & Grand Friends

This post is a duplication of our newsletter, The Weekly Reset, where we review a key theme each week. In the spotlight this week:...

Why you should be cooking together.

Spending time cooking a meal together has surprising benefits besides the meal itself.

Loneliness and Social Isolation

*Cacioppo, the director of the University of Chicago’s Centre for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience and author of Loneliness: Human Nature and the Need for...

Fighting to stay properly accepted

Friends and family are usually kind and considerate when engaging with older people. But there is no doubt that older people are identified as...