Here’s What Your “Golden Years” Can Look Like
In this lighthearted account of how her life has changed in retirement, a former banking executive describes her new world, unleashed from the bonds of commuting and daily career turmoil. Appearing in The Buffalo News, Mary Nicoterra’s tongue-in-cheek description of her golden years and how her daily activities have changed is, nevertheless, an excellent view of a serious topic – what it’s like to go from a full steam ahead working life to retired life when your time is your own and you get to decide on your own what’s important to you, even if that is just doing nothing. Click here to read Mary’s story in The Buffalo (NY) News.
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