Living the good life

Check out my guest post at: http://retirementandgoodliving.com/retirement-life

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About iglengel

Welcome to my blog: I retired in September of 1996 after twenty-five years as an Underwriting Manager (and one year with a smaller insurance company) and have written blog postings on the website Retirement-online.com prior to setting up this Word Press free site. Having retired almost twenty years ago I have experienced my own retirement transition. I survived and you will too. Oddly enough, now that I have more time, I am discovering various things about myself that I would not have imagined myself doing in retirement. Why does it take so long for, we as individuals, to stop and think about ME!? Join me as I share with you some of the shenanigans we have been up to since retiring. Retirement is and can be a whole lot of fun. Welcome to my site – remember – retirement is not the destination we are seeking – it is the journey! I encourage you to visit often, provide comments, ask questions and add your own insights. We are all on this journey together.
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7 Responses to Living the good life

  1. I think you have done an amazing job living life to the full both in work and in retirement, I wish you lots more happy years 😊

  2. ren says:

    Being at a young age of 60 and unemployed since 2010, I ask myself…. why would anyone want to retire? To ‘retire’ means to become tired over and over again. What is the fun of that?
    Congrats to all your wonderful years together. You have something very special there, as most marriages have become disposable in today’s ways.
    Keep following your joy and passion and cherish your next 50+ years together. 😀 Hugz and Dolphin Grins to ya all.

    • iglengel says:

      Thanks, we are what keeps each other going. When I am down, she is up and vice versa. Good news is we don’t have many days (a few but with a lot of time in between) where we may both be down. Baby steps and besides we both would rather be laughing than feeling miserable. Appreciate your following my antics.

  3. MoJo says:

    That was such a great post. Based on your breakout out of the word retirement, I have been doing that for years! I just wish that someone would mention it to my day job. 😉

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