Retirement Talk for Boomers, Seniors, and RetireesAuthor: Del Lowery
15 Aug 2018

Retirement Talk for Boomers, Seniors, and Retirees

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Retirement Talk is a weekly podcast intended for seniors, boomers and retirees. We will examine all aspects of retirement: actions, ideas, memories, and plans. We will consider travel, life goals, family, community, exercise, relocating, housing, continuing education, friends, health, and end of life issues.

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    587 Moving to be Near Children

    Modern society has a way of tearing families apart. Jobs appear and then disappear. Many times a move is required to stay employed. Retired people many times find living close to children and grandchildren very desirable. What to do when a move is required?

  • Posted on 12 Aug 2018

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    586 The Experience of Others

    It is so easy to follow the wrong road when we decide which way to go. Here is a story about listening and changing. We can still go down different roads. We still have choices to make. Perhaps we just need to listen.

  • Posted on 05 Aug 2018

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    585 Home Exchange

    It cost a yearly fee to be a member of HomeExchange.com. but the benefits are well worth it. You exchange time in your place for time in someone else's. These exchanges are free. No money exchanges hands. The possibilities are endless. We have found it a great addition to our retirement years.

  • Posted on 29 Jul 2018

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    584 Grandfathers/Grandchildren

    As we get older we have stories to tell. Stories to pass on to the future generations. Stories of where we went wrong and where we went right. Our grandchildren need to learn to value our history and all history. We don't want to hold back when it comes to telling our stories to one and all.

  • Posted on 22 Jul 2018

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    583 The Con (part 2)

    The con or scam is an ever present threat in life. It seems to be particularly pointed at the elderly and retired. Perhaps it is because they have the money accumulated during a life time and perhaps they are less resistance to mistrust.

  • Posted on 15 Jul 2018

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