Finding the balance in Retirement

Last week I took myself to my cottage in the country on a self-imposed writing retreat.  That is one of the joys of working online, I have the flexibility to work where it suits.  I spent 3 days revamping my book so that it is no longer targeting the South African...

Harnessing the benefits of the Web

My last blog on 60&Me came from a personal space, where I was feeling totally overwhelmed by the world wide web myself.  I have managed to turn a corner and decided that because of this upturn I should write about how you can use the web to your benefit. Read ...

Choose to make your Retirement GREAT

In my last newsletter I talked about using my hindsight to help you. Looking back I realise it is all in the planning.  If I had my ducks in a row before I retired I would not be sitting 4 years into retirement still working at getting my coaching business off the...

Sharing my lessons in hindsight

For the past couple of months I have been dwelling on the fact that I never did any serious planning before retired.  Unfortunately my plan was to retire at 65, but as I turned 60, the job I was in became untenable.  We cannot live in regret, but I would love for you...

Are you working on staying healthy as you age?

I don’t need to remind you about the rising costs of medical care.  You probably all have depressing tales to tell.  So what does that have to do with retirement planning?  Well, if you stand a 50% chance of living into your 90’s or even beyond, don’t you want to be...