Get unstuck by journaling about your life today. Let that lead you to developing ideas about your best retirement life.
Give journaling a try. It allows your ideas to flow more freely and that’s exactly what you need to get yourself moving in new directions during retirement.
Start by developing a mid-life plan. Be thoughtful about what works in your life and what changes you’d like to make. Describe how you’d like the rest of your life to unfold.
Ready to get started? Try answering these 3 questions and see where it takes you. For a month of journaling prompts, sign up below.
You’ll receive a question by email every day for month. Spend 5-10 minutes writing your answer and you’ll be on your way to creating action steps for creating a meaningful life in retirement.
Online or in a journal, begin today to make this your write life.
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