"Don't Just Retire - Live It, Love It! is for anyone contemplating retirement and the earlier one reads it the better; to get on the right path towards retirement planning. Even if you're already in that wonderful phase of your life, guidance from this book can enhance the life you are leading, making certain you're getting the most out of your 'golden years'." - Dan Slovitt - Retired journalist and logistics manager
This is more than just a book on your iPad or iPhone - it's *your* book. "Don't Just Retire!" is full of exercises and worksheets to help you plan your retirement, and all of them can be filled out directly on your device. The budgeting worksheets will even do the math for you.
This app is a collaboration between the author Richard Atkinson and the developer Andrew Burke.
For many boomers, retirement is seen as an escape from a job they dislike or a boss they can’t stand. It represents a time to sit back, read the newspaper, sleep in and simply relax.
Unfortunately, soon after the retirement ‘honeymoon’ wears off, they begin asking, “Is this all there is?”
Don’t Just Retire – Live It, Love It! is an in depth personal guide for enhancing your life after work. This easy-to-read book is engaging, informative and full of useful tips, true-life stories and self-completing exercises designed to stimulate you when building a dynamic retirement plan. Don’t Just Retire – Live It, Love It! is not only great for planning but also a reference to keep you on track as you transition into retirement.
Here are some of topics covered in "Don’t Just Retire – Live It, Love It!":
- What is important to you?
- The best time of year to retire
- How much money will you really need?
- How to use your time
- Health and wellbeing
- How to be a successful time manager
- Finding and using a retirement mentor
- Identifying your legacy
- Dealing with loss
- Relations in retirement
- Sex and the second language of love
- Dealing with fear in retirement
- Choosing where to live
- Caring for parents
- Living retirement to its fullest!
- June 08, 2014 Initial release