Three Days to Freedom
June 27, 2016 2:56pm CST
Based on our timezone, he has three days more to go and it would be a "duty-free," hassle-free, stress-free status. It is Tuesday, June 28 on our timezone, and so on Thursday, June 30, he will step down.Someone new will be sitting on his desk. I am not talking of President Benigno S. Aquino III, but of my husband who will retire from his work on Thursday. It is an optional/voluntary retirement though he is not yet of a retirement age. We made the decision after he said he is already tired and wanted to let go of the stress from his work. So be it, I let him. At least he could do other things aside from rushing to work very early in the morning and return late in the afternoon. Hooray to retirement!
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28 Jun 16
@acelawrites Been there since 2011. I tell you, I missed waking up too early to prepare for work and be home too late for the kids' homework, but, it was for few days only. Now? I can sleep for as long as I want and be with our kids, unli!
28 Jun 16
I retired much early than him because I felt I would have a heart attack or stroke due to the stressful job I had. Working people should think like you and me so we can still enjoy what we had worked for so long. But one should be wise enough financially to totally enjoy retirement.