For my (new) Throwback Thursday series, I’m linking back to some of the core Retirement Transition How-to’s. Today's first of the series will look at the OVERALL Retirement Transition Process that helps you design your own unique retirement lifestyle. Based on the design thinking approach I used while working in product innovation, the Retirement Transition … Continue reading Throwback Thursday
It’s surprising to me that it is mid-summer already. I’m doing well on most of my summer activities with a few exceptions that I’m wondering if I really want to do them or not. I’m struggling a bit with content for a blog posts, as daily life is full but not necessarily exciting to write … Continue reading Mid Summer Musings
July is a big month for me here at Retirement Transition. It’s the anniversary of my retirement day (7 years) and the anniversary of my blog (6 years). As I have noted many times, I do think “retirement transition” continues to be an accurate term because retirement, like life, is a series of transitions. Some … Continue reading Happy Anniversary to Me!
I’ve mentioned before I like to dabble. I’ve dabbled in Feng Shui, Chakra healing, crystals, astrology, new moon rituals, and Tarot readings. I’ve also dabbled in "personality" understanding. I’ve heard the negatives on almost all the personality and strength tests but in general find that if you use them for self-reflection and how to grow … Continue reading Dabbling in Human Design
I am definitely shifting from unpacking mode to living mode. Hubby still has a lot of unpacking to do – tools to organize and downsize, “office” to set up, and clothes/ shoes to sort, organize and reduce. But progress has been made. The living space is now “box-free”! We have artwork hung on the walls! … Continue reading Summer Fun Update