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How To Improve Your Retirement

Before you retired, remember how you dreamed about what your life would be like after you stopped working? All the places you would go? All the things you would do with all your new-found extra time? How wonderful life was going to be? How long ago was that?

Now here you are, months or years later. Your life is not what you envisioned. You are not doing the things you thought you would do. The perpetual vacation got old. You are feeling aimless and depressed. Your life seems somewhat out of focus. You are wondering what went wrong.


Stay Connected in Retirement

You've probably heard it said about getting ahead in life that "it isn't what you know, it's who you know." While there is a certain amount of truth to that claim, I can assure you there is a great deal of truth in this statement: "Happiness depends on your ability to stay connected in retirement." Quite simply, numerous studies show that people who withdraw from life and from connections with others are not only miserable in their retirement years, but they tend to die sooner than people you stay connected in retirement.


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