It’s Going To Be Fun From Here On Out!

Active Retirement and HobbiesIt’s fun now because Jonathan and I finally get to enjoy the fruits of our labours. The book has been written, the Victory Lap Retirement (VLR) website and blog has come to life and we received our first book order yesterday. But there is much work to be done to accomplish our goal of building the VLR tribe and helping as many people as possible start their own version of a VLR lifestyle. Great things take time but the results are well worth it once you get there!

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It’s Going To Be Quite A Ride!

Man on a Bicycle running on the road

Yesterday I finally got around to getting my old bike out of the basement and taking it out for a ride. I’ve been promising myself to do this since early May but something always seems to get in the way. Now that the book is basically done and the blog is up and running I don’t have any more excuses, the hard work has been done and the hay is in the barn as they say. Continue reading “It’s Going To Be Quite A Ride!”

Books That Changed My Life

Books That Changed My LifeI have always been a firmer believer that most of the answers that we are looking for have already been written about. The trick is finding out where that information is hidden and one of the purposes of this site is to share helpful information sources with each other so that we can all benefit. I’m also a big believer in the power of role models, people who have proven successful at what I want to do. It’s much easier to see how another person accomplished some goal and then just copy what they did. Odds are if you do that you will be successful as well.

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My Financial Epiphany

My Financial EpiphanyFirst, a little bit of background. I have spent all of my working life (38 years) in the banking industry so it’s safe to assume that I have a good handle on most things relating to money. I’ve always been a good saver and like most people bought into the idea that the more money I saved for retirement the better my eventual retirement would be. That wasn’t my only mistake.

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