Bad Work, Good Work, or Great Work In Retirement

 

Bad work – work that we do just for the money.
Good work – work that we enjoy, and do well.
Great work – work that allows us to express ourselves, puts us in a state of flow and we do well.

In VLR when we have achieve financial independence, how much money we make doesn’t matter as much. In VLR we can therefore avoid bad work, look for good work, and maybe even get great work. Continue reading “Bad Work, Good Work, or Great Work In Retirement”

Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone

We often talk about getting out of your comfort zone in VLR. Having new challenges in your VLR lifestyle are important both mentally and physically. We have talked about finding work in VLR to keep you engaged, mentally stimulated and fulfilled, but finding something that challenges you physically is equally important. After all without our health all the plans in the world for our retirement will be for not. Having goals, putting in the work and achieving success will make for a more interesting and fulfilling life.
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Work Life Retirement Balance

Some of the worst advice I have heard given to young people starting their career is “Find your passion and you will never work a day in life”, (or something along these lines) a great quote but not realistic. Life and indeed work is never that simple and as most of us learned through our lives, life is all about finding a balance between what we love and what we need to do. Retirement is no different balance is key. Continue reading “Work Life Retirement Balance”

2019 Year of the Pig

Our family tribe celebrated New Years in Punta Cana this year and we had a blast. There were fifteen of us on the trip and we have already booked a trip to Vegas in October to celebrate my sixty fifth birthday. Life today is much tougher than what we boomers had to go through and these family get togethers help take some pressure off the kids and gives us all a chance to reconnect and spend some quality time together. Continue reading “2019 Year of the Pig”