Each year most people go through various levels of review, reflection, resolution, and planning for various facets of their lives. Here are a few thoughts on the matter. Continue reading “Resolution or Review”
Welcome back. After finishing the Ottawa Marathon and not being totally pleased. I travelled home and after a couple of weeks I had runners remorse, I knew I wanted to try again before Berlin. Continue reading “The Year 4 Running Marathons-Part Two”
Mike and I have shared with you that we are big proponents of exercise, a great stress reliever and hopefully it is helping us push out our best before date. In 2018 I went back to my true love, running and well maybe I went a bit too far. Continue reading “The Year 4 Running Marathons”
If you are like me you probably have multiple sources of information that come to your inbox daily, sometimes a little too much. Searching for “retirement” on the web you will see many articles on FIRE. What is FIRE and why are so many people talking about it? Well here are some thoughts…
Continue reading “What We Can Learn From F.I.R.E”
If you have seen any of our presentations you have heard the story of Mike being told by his publisher that he had written a book about “not retiring”. Despite using retirement in the title of the book, the reality is our language has not come up with word(s) that describe what is going on in the “retirement” world now. So here are some thoughts.
We have started into our busy fall presentation schedule, this is a wonderful opportunity to meet people who are entering or planning for their Victory Lap. We hear their stories and learn of their challenges. I thought I would share some observations or common themes we hear at most of our events.
Continue reading “Get Planning”
As I battle jet lag, and prepare for our busy fall presentation schedule I will give you a few thoughts that struck me from my recent European vacation. So here we go. Continue reading “European Tour 2018 or Thoughts From The Road”
Side Hustle seems to be the in word in the news these days, so hey lets add it to our retirement discussion. Last week we talked about adapting to retirement and finding a way to fulfill many of your needs when you leave your corporate world. Doing work maybe even unrelated to your career may do the trick.
I started this blog while sitting by the water sometime in August, but at my relaxed summer pace I see the calendar has flipped into September and another summer has turned to fall. The following are some musings from the lake, before we start our fall blogging schedule. Enjoy!
Well warm weather has finally arrived in southern Ontario so we can finally start to think about summer, longer days, warmer nights, trips to the cottage and campfires. One of the joys of Victory Lap Retirement (VLR) is that you now have the time and the ability to decide how you will spend your time. To that end we have decided to cut back on our blogs until September, instead we will enjoy the warm weather, focus on our families, travel, and continue to work on building our small business. Continue reading “Summertime And Living Is Easy”