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Achieving a “Retirement State of Mind”

Making the shift from a career orientation to retired life is a fairly easy transition for some, not so much for others. You’ll need to be able to cope with the lack of a rigid structure, or at least a lessening of a schedule and the demands it places on the mind. And you’ll need to make certain you have a plan to deal with whatever “free” time comes your way. Kathryn Severns Avery, in a post on, provides some helpful thoughts on achieving a “new normal” way of life. Read her post here…


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