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Dave’s Excellent Retirement Adventure: Eating Insects

By Dave Price Here at Booming Encore we put great emphasis on informing our readers and viewers. How great, you ask? Well, we think you are so important that we will even eat crickets, spiced mealworms, roasted locusts, ant candy, and scorpion lollipops to report back to you. Experts...

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Are You Headed For a Zombie Retirement?

By Joe Casey When people think of retirement planning, most focus on the financial side. It’s critical. But retirement is not just about money. It’s also about time. In my work, I see smart people who nail the financial side, yet put off the non-financial side. They’re financially flying...

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In Retirement Why Your Outlook Matters

By Joe Casey Our head of HR once told an old story that’s always stuck with me. The story was about a traveler in ancient Rome who was walking up a steep hill where he encountered a group of workers scurrying about. I’m Busy, Man It was a very...

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Want to Discover a New Purpose in Retirement?

By Joe Casey On my mini-vacation, I read two books – one fiction and one non-fiction. To my surprise, I encountered the same quotation in both books: “The three components of happiness are something to do, someone to love and something to look forward to.” The universe was trying...

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Should Aging In Place Actually Be Called Aging In The Right Place?

By Susan Williams During the Atlantic’s conference called the The New Old Age there was a session on Aging In Place. One of the panelists, an author named Ellen Pope challenged the term Aging in Place and whether it should really be called Aging In The Right Place. This got me thinking.

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Three Things You Can Do To Help Your Relationship in Retirement

By Joe Casey In their article “The Gray Divorce Revolution”, the researchers note that the rate of divorce among older Americans 65 and over, has more than doubled in recent years – in contrast to the divorce rates in younger groups which decreased or remained flat.

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