This book is all about retirement as one’s next great adventure - having a 30 year grand finale full of life’s many opportunities. While a multitude of retirement books focus on financial planning, wills and reduced living circumstances, this one is all about expanding your options, not contracting them. Its purpose is to provide information on the wide variety of changes that will be encountered with retirement.
The Laughing Boomer explores values, goals, interests and evolving identity with a view to saying, "What’s possible now?" Comprehensive in nature, it covers sociological, psychological, health, financial and work-related information, as well as details around housing and travel. The goal of the book is to help identify what a fulfilling retirement can be and to provide options to show that anything is possible. Written in a lively, positive stye, the author presents clear, motivating arguments for developing a fulfilling life after work.
About the author:
Mahara Sinclaire retired from work as an educator in British Columbia. She is currently travelling the world and has visited more than forty countries in the past two years. Her home base is Vancouver, BC.