How would you like to spend your Retired life?

@nomus24g (21412)
India
February 9, 2016 3:37pm CST
Let's have some rocking ideas, as to how would one spend a great hassle free retired life. Though I am 37yrs, long way to reach the retirement age. But it feels fascinating to think of it. So, guys pls pour in your ideas n plans....
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@valmnz (12473)
• New Zealand
15 Feb 16
Retired and loving every minute of it. I've never been busier nor happier. The things I do now are by choice. I may have less money, but i am rich in other ways.
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
16 Feb 16
@valmnz rich at heart, u mean :)
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@valmnz (12473)
• New Zealand
16 Feb 16
@nomus24g that's exactly what I mean
@MALUSE (37875)
• Germany
15 Feb 16
I was a teacher at secondary grammar schools for 39 years. Now I'm retired. I like it.
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
15 Feb 16
@MALUSE and how to spend ur time now (post-retirement)?
@Shiva49 (12039)
• Singapore
11 Feb 16
Retirement is a necessity as we start working at four years old longer hours than adults do with more than school hours to keep us occupied nowadays . I had worked for over forty five years and now taking it easy. We do not need much income if we accept a retired life like I do here! Most of my free time is on the computer and lived with limited assets and no liabilities - siva
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
11 Feb 16
Aptly put
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• Brookville, Pennsylvania
10 Feb 16
If I could make my living writing, I wouldn't retire.
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
10 Feb 16
well...yes, writing can b seen as a timepass which will also generate funds :)
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@AnneEJ (5025)
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
9 Feb 16
I have been retired for 17 years, and just enjoy having time to myself to do what I feel like doing. I like to travel and have friends who enjoy it as well.
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
10 Feb 16
I guess thats really cool
@jaboUK (53408)
• United Kingdom
9 Feb 16
The thing is to save your money and invest it wisely then you will be comfortable in your old age, as I am.
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
10 Feb 16
Agreed...one need to be financially strong in order to hve a bright future
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@jstory07 (65315)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Feb 16
We are moving to Oregon where it is cheaper to live.
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@nomus24g (21412)
• India
9 Feb 16
Thats Great...but what is that unfulfilled desire which you would like to do post-retirement...