Now that you’re retired, what are you doing with yourself? Do you miss working too much? Or have you found some new interests and pleasures? Proper estate planning through Unsworth LaPlante, PLLC in Vermont can help you enjoy life.
Retirement can be a transition to learning new things, studying unfamiliar subjects, a new hobby or career, or starting your own business. Or maybe it means taking up activities that are more relaxing and a lifestyle that allows for greater enjoyment of life’s pleasures.
A Time for Exploration
Your working career may not have satisfied all of the skills and abilities you possess. Perhaps you want to explore new experiences. You can easily take community college courses, finish a degree you started years ago, or get a masters or doctorate degree. If you are over age 55, you may qualify for a discount at the college of your choice. Many people when retired can explore a passion, gain great new skills, and earn money while having fun and enjoying life.
If you think it’s too late in life to start anew, think again. There are many certificate programs that can be finished in short order. A Licensed Practical Nurse certificate can be earned in one year at many community colleges. Other potential fields with certification include commercial driving, welding, computer skills. Music and art are lifelong loves that you can renew or begin to enjoy during retirement. Learning a new language will likely allow you to make new friends as well.
Your hobbies, like cooking, crafting or cake decorating, can be turned into money-making ventures. Substitute teaching is fun and puts you in touch with the younger generation. Retirement is a time for stretching!
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