Thirty-seven years ago this month, I married the boss. Well, technically he wasn’t my boss at the time, but he was when we met and started dating. In those early years, working together wasn’t an issue. We were young, in the bloom of love and happy to share all of our time together. Eventually, we… Continue reading How to find the right balance living 24/7 with your partner
To celebrate International Coaching Week, this post is about how the experience of retirement coaching is helping people manage this major life transition with confidence and ease. When I talk with people who aren’t familiar with coaching, let alone retirement coaching, I’m often asked why someone would have to be coached on ‘how to retire’. The… Continue reading What a Retirement Coach can do for you
Work after retirement? Seems like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? But the fact is, over half of baby boomers continue to work once they retire and 72 per cent of pre-retirees aged 50+ say they want or expect to continue working past the traditional retirement age. Further, 55 per cent of boomers say they want to… Continue reading Are you planning to work after retirement?
I’m finding my ability to focus and remember things is fading. At first I thought it might be age-related, but now I see it may have more to do with my behaviour. I spend a lot of time reading online. And that is impacting my attention and memory. Our reliance on the internet to get… Continue reading Improving the way we focus and learn as adults
Have you spent any time decluttering lately? Do you feel more efficient and productive in your workplace, or comfortable in your home and joyful in your life, as a result? Decluttering has become a movement in North America. There has been a spurt of books and articles in the past couple of years on everything from how… Continue reading Is the decluttering craze really making us happier?
Last post, I talked about what you can do to figure out that universal retirement question: “How much is enough?” And I recommended that you meet with a financial advisor at least once before you retire. I had a couple of queries about whether that was really necessary and how to find the right financial… Continue reading What to ask a financial advisor
How much is enough? In survey after survey on retirement planning, how much we actually need to retire appears to be the number one question pre-retirees have. We are fixated on the fear that we’ll outlive our savings. And that’s not surprising since the currency of our working lives is money. How much we earn,… Continue reading The right questions to ask before you retire