After working for decades, suddenly finding yourself retired can be a bit of a challenge. No alarm clock. No commute. No office. Sounds like heaven! But at the same time, it’s easy to become bored, isolated and sedentary — none of which are good for your health. You’re going to need something to do. If you haven’t retired yet, here are some ideas to pin to the fridge. And if you have retired, consider this your bucket list!
Go back to school
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Be a mentor
Get a hobby
Start/join a book club or film club
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Get a part-time job
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Join a gym
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Learn a language
Write a book
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Start a podcast
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