According to the title from a well-known Thomas Wolfe novel, You Can’t Go Home Again. This sentiment is often brought up when we reminisce about the places where we grew up, our “family of origin” home. Sometimes we think that life would be better there, that we would feel more secure or more loved. I thought of this today while watching a local theater production of “The Trip to Bountiful.”
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Lots of alleged experts publish suggestions to help baby boomers crawl out of a retirement planning mess. By “mess” I am referring to a boomer taking a hard look at his or her “number” and realizing that there are probably going to be more years in retirement than there are dollars to pay for it.
Oversized recurring expenses are the enemy of a responsible retirement plan. (That’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it!) The culprits at the top of the recurring payment lists are mortgage payments and car payments. When I retire, I won’t have either, unless someone wants to offer me a loan at 0% interest.
As a baby boomer, how often have you wondered what the very best exercise is for you to do on a regular basis? The question is important because most of us don’t want to exercise – just for the sake of exercise – any more than reasonably necessary. This means selecting exercises that are effective and time efficient. So what is the best baby boomer exercise?