Retirement no longer means kicking back in the Barcalounger watching The Price is Right and waiting for the grandkids to come and visit. It means an exciting new stage in life, complete with new challenges.
It’s becoming the trend for retirees who find themselves at the age where they can start cashing in on their pensions and their 401(k)s but discover they have a lot of vitality left in them.
With the longer lifespans and greater vitality that we all have in store, retirement no longer equates to idleness.
In his book Free Agent Nation, Daniel Pink looks at burgeoning movement of retirees who are reinventing themselves at a traditional retirement age. “Legions of [...] sixty-plus Americans are becoming ...