Life After Retirement

15140870_sWhen I took advantage of early retirement from a 31-year teaching career, I had only a vague idea of what life on golden pond would look like. Sleeping in each morning. Leisurely breakfasts. New hobbies. Volunteering. Traveling.

These were my pat answers whenever anyone asked about my future plans. And at some point in the conversation I would work in one of my favorite quotations from Eckhart Tolle: β€œWhen you become comfortable with uncertainty, infinite possibilities open up in your life.”

In theory, it sounded wonderful, but the reality was very different.

Continue reading on Chris the Story Reading Ape’s Blog.

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