“Immature love says, ‘I love you because I need you.’ Mature love says, ‘I need you because I love you.’”
– Erich Fromm
A consistent routine helps both the mechanics and confidence in putting. Avoid “paralysis by analysis” when you putt (and the yips that can stem from it) by taking no more than 6 seconds between your practice putting stroke and your actual putt.
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Julia Child, Sterling Hayden, John Ford, and former CNN Crossfire host Thomas Braden all worked
If you are (and even if your retirement is a few years away), you should know the essential steps to take as you make the transition. Think about your workplace retirement plan – your last
Will your health coverage end when you leave work? Hopefully, you will retire at an age when you can enroll in Medicare. If you end your career after age 65, you need to enroll in Medicare within eight months of retiring (or the end of your group health coverage). If you fail to do so, you will have to pay markedly higher Part B premiums than other retirees for the rest of your life. If you aren’t yet eligible for Medicare when you retire, will need to search for private health insurance until that time arrives.
Lastly, take some time to relax. You deserve it after working for so long, and you may want time to reflect on what you really want to do next.1
THE BEST PLACES TO
Financial website WalletHub has ranked the retirement friendliness of 150 U.S. cities on criteria such as cost of living, weather, recreation, and percentage of people 65 or older (to name a few). Tampa, FL finished first, Scottsdale, AZ second, and Boise, ID third; two other Sunshine State cities, Cape Coral and Orlando, finished fourth and
Laredo, TX boasted the lowest adjusted cost of living while Honolulu, HI had the highest. Anchorage, AK had the greatest percentage of people 65 and older working in some capacity, while Fontana, CA had the lowest. Finally, Glendale, CA was judged by WalletHub to
ON THE BRIGHT SIDE
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1 – money.usnews.com/money/retirement/articles/2015/12/07/tips-for-people-who-will-retire-in-2016 [12/7/15]
2 – wallethub.com/edu/best-places-to-retire/6165/#main-findings [8/25/15]
3 – time.com/money/4140760/financial-new-years-resolutions/ [12/9/15]
4 – spyculture.com/the-cia-and-john-fords-oscars/ [2/16/15]
5 – todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/02/former-major-league-baseball-player-moe-berg-was-once-a-secret-agent-in-the-predecessor-to-the-cia/ [2/9/12]