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Do your parents have an updated will? Do your parents have a living will? These are only part of the questions that you will need to ask your parents as you take notice of their age and health. This is not an easy topic to approach or discuss, but it is something you and your siblings, if you have siblings, will have to sit down and start to talk about. This is also for those married couples who do not have children for you need to prepare as well.
This book is about my life and some funny tthings that happened. Some are not so funny but serious. My working life has been 74 years with many careers. You find this book not only funny but inspirimg.
Most people don't start thinking about retirement until they hit 40, 50 or beyond. But what if making some simple changes in the way we live today gave us the opportunity to retire earlier and more fearlessly than we expect? Even better, what if a way existed to start enjoying life with more peace of mind, happiness and freedom right now? If you're worried about your future and are tired of the rat race that seems to lead nowhere, then rightsizing might be the best way for you to reimagine your life-starting today! What is rightsizing? Rightsizing is the conscious choice to reinvent a lifestyle that more closely fits you and your family in the best possible manner at every stage of life. Rightsizing provides the freedom to let go of the daily grind of just getting by day-in and day-out. So instead of constantly striving toward more and more stuff and trying to keep up with the neighbors, rightsizing avoids unsustainable debt, stress, addiction and competition and allows us to recreate life with meaning and purpose. Rightsizing helps us each design a life that lets us spend our time and resources on whatever is most important to us. And best of all, rightsizing is about discovering what gives our life meaning, makes us smile, and allows us to sleep well and deeply every single night. If you don't have that now, maybe it's time to rightsize your life. Rightsizing-A SMART Living 365 Guide to Reinventing Retirement is a collection of blog posts written by Kathy Gottberg on her blog SMART Living 365.com. These articles address some of her best ideas about the topic and reveal how each of us can discover our own unique version of a life focused on what truly matters.
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