One of the things some people find really difficult is not the financial side of retirement planning, it’s planning their life. Work can become central to our lives, and it meets many needs beyond just financial – social, purpose, achievement, and recognition, the list goes on. .
The best thing I ever learned from someone who had retired was that although we describe what we do professionally as ‘work’, we need to think about all the different layers and facets involved in it and recognise that we can’t just replace that with one thing.
So how do you replace it? You can find out more here.