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Top 10 activities for entertainment at retirement

22 January 2020
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Top 10 activities for entertainment at retirement

Congratulations, you are ready to retire. You’ve spent your life getting up from bed and going to work, taking care of your family, and saving for that day. But what if retirement is too easy and there is not enough to do? Start planning now so that, when you finally retire, you are ready for a happy transition from work. Here are 10 ways to stay busy and engaged in life

 



Participate in contests

Contests are a better way to have fun and retire them. Participating in contests during your retirement keeps you active. It’s even more fascinating when you do it on popular and attractive sites like luckycontest.ca and luckycakes.com

Find a job

This may seem more than ironic – leaving the job market to return. But one reason is that you may need money. On the other hand, retirement is often a great opportunity to start a new career that has nothing to do with the old one. Many people still find liberating and fulfilling careers

Volunteer

This is an obvious path that many retirees find rewarding. Whether it’s looking after children, helping a small business with a project, helping the library or the hospital, working for free in a national park, helping a local group of volunteers or even participating in the Peace Corps, the possibilities are endless. Think about what you would like to do and which organizations you would like to help, then contact these organizations and let them know that you would like to help them. In these times of budget cuts, it is the rare non-profit or government organization that would not need an extra pair of hands.

Play sports

Golfers don’t have to worry about what to do with their time – they are too busy playing, practicing and reliving their games after the fact. Many people have not had time to practice a sport during their working years. They often feel disadvantaged when they try to learn something that others have spent years perfecting (or at least trying to perfect). But that shouldn’t stop you. Many people who participate in late-life sports derive great pleasure (and other benefits, such as fitness) from their new activities, such as fishing, boating, playing balloon, tennis, boccia, cycling or water gymnastics. If you play a difficult sport like golf or tennis, take lessons




Get a hobby

Start one while you are still working. This will give you time to explore different alternatives and get you started on the first day of your retirement. This will give you something to look forward to as well as the chance to interact with other people about something of interest.

Start a business

In this area, you are only limited by your imagination, interests and finances. People need someone to take care of their pets, watch their empty homes, drive them to the airport, fix their computers and bicycles. Tourist destinations need tourist guides. You may have always had the idea for a product or service – now is the time to test it. Do something you enjoy, be wary of investing too much of your capital, and try to get good advice from someone you trust

Take a sabatical year

It was once the plan for young people who needed an adjustment between high school and college, or between college and their first job. But more and more people are planning a transition year right after retirement. They have many advantages, foremost among which is the opportunity to unwind after a hectic professional career and gain perspective on how to optimize retirement. Maybe you’ve always wanted to travel around the world, work for a humanitarian organization, learn Italian in Rome, build a website, or learn how to repair clocks. This is your chance



Camp for adults

The camp is no longer just for children. There are camps for just about every type of activity. You want to learn how to drive a car on the ice (there’s a Skip Barber camp for that). There are golf camps, science camps, food and wine camps, cooking camps, sports camps, music camps, art camps, writing camps, camps adventure, etc.

Go south for winter

Unless you like the cold, why do you spend your winters shoveling snow and squatting around the fireplace? Why not explore warmer climates for the winter months? There are many inexpensive places to stay for a month or more, or rent your own RV. You will meet people, have stimulating experiences, explore different regions of the country and may find a better and cheaper place to live.

Make new friends whose age is different from yours

Seniors have different perspectives to offer. The youngest have a different vocabulary and generally more energy. By exploring the difference, you will keep yourself younger and more interesting. Make a commitment to communicate with people. Make a commitment to go out and talk to people regularly. It will keep you young

Top 10 activities for entertainment at retirement

Also Read : Over 40s should only work three days a week

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