I’ve been noticing a lot of sharing of recipes lately and pictures of incredible looking dishes that people have cooked. Here are some recipes from my sister-in-law. I haven’t tasted them, but I’ll guarantee they’re amazing because that’s the kind of cook she is.
Bob and Toni have been talking about their retirement dream for a long time. They’d sold their furniture, found a buyer for their house, and begun their journey when the COVID-19 pandemic forced a change of plans.
A dream come true. Well, not quite. Instead of spending a year traveling around Spain, this retired couple is now on lockdown.
For many people in Maine, my guest in this episode of Conversations About Aging is like an old friend. For 37 years, he broadcast the weather on the state’s top news station — WCSH-TV. What’s Joe Cupo up to now? He’s enjoying retirement to the fullest and still keeping an eye on the weather.
What do you think it would be like to live your life as a nun? In this episode of Conversations About Aging, Sister Maureen Wallace gives us a glimpse into what it’s been like for her. Trust me, it may not be exactly what you had imagined.
I’ve heard so many people say that as soon as they retire, they plan to travel. Well, recently, I met a woman who’s long past retirement age and she’s not just taking trips, she’s leading them — to the land of her birth. Ireland.
Vikki Choate told me that when she hit 50, something magical happened — things that used to bother her didn’t anymore. In this episode of Conversations About Aging, we talked about her view on life and how she is preparing for the future. Hint: it doesn’t include retirement.
Take it slowly. Don’t overcommit. Words of wisdom from women around the country who are sharing their retirement stories for a new book. Read all about it and get ready to tell YOUR story.