Retirement is one life change that almost everyone looks forward to in one way or another. It is the one transition that we have some control over in terms of when it happens and what we want it to look like. For many of us, retirement seems like a kind of nirvana – a time when we can finally stop working, put our feet up, and live on our own terms. For others, it is a dreaded time when we must stop doing what we love and enter a big unknown.
I have learned that the retirement experience can be a lot like my experience at Disney World. I arrived with a great expectation of sharing perfect leisure with my loved ones in a perfect environment where there is never even any trash in the streets. What I encountered instead was an experience for which I was unprepared and that scared me to death.
How can we avoid the dangers of retirement? Potential hazards can be overcome if we know what they are and how to deal with them. But we have only one chance to get it right. Here are the top five retirement dangers have nothing to do with money and everything to do with life and happiness. Download my e-book for FREE.
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