Enjoy retirement: 52 brilliant ideas for loving life after work

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Infinite Ideas, Jun 18, 2007 - Self-Help - 272 pages
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Janet Butwell reveals 52 brilliant ideas for keeping your body working at its best and your mind active and alert. Enjoy retirement will inspire you to use retirement years to make your personal mark on the world. The second edition of this best-selling title is now even better value: Enjoy retirement now contains bonus chapters with brand new inspirational tips and techniques, has been updated with our new cover design, and also has an exclusive added-value offer for every reader.
 

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Contents

1 Glory days
1
2 Book the bungee jump
5
3 Retire to work
9
4 Just get out from under my feet will you?
13
5 Spend it like Beckham?
17
6 Use it or lose it
21
7 Dont act your age
25
8 The cry of the beholder
29
29 Eating the elephant
127
30 Kids stuff
131
31 Burn the pipe and slippers
135
32 Try an alternative approach
139
33 Feeling blue
143
34 Get into the closet
149
35 Oh The paints all dried up
155
36 Who cares?
159

9 From here to eternity
35
10 Where theres a way theres a will
39
11 Safety first?
43
12 Chocolate is bad for you
47
13 The voice that whispers in your ear
53
14 The march of age
59
15 Dont do it
63
16 Earplugs at the ready?
69
17 Get the pasting table out of the attic
73
18 Wheres the Enigma machine when you need it?
77
19 VO2 max it
83
20 Retired people are invisible
87
21 Dont split hairs
91
22 Bingo bowls and the church choir
95
23 Only the lonely
99
24 Stop swinging that poor cat
105
25 Chocolate is good for you
109
26 If you think youre stressed now
113
27 A brand named old
117
28 Doing the crossword isnt enough
121
37 Planes trains and free travel passes
163
38 Balance the health budget
167
39 Lets give it up for the wrinklies
173
40 I used to be someone but now Im retired
177
41 Get an MOT
181
42 Look back in anticipation
185
43 Who loves ya?
189
44 Banks dont pay loyalty bonuses
193
45 From Apple to Zimmer
199
46 Be needed not needy
203
47 Location location location
207
48 Grandma Moses was seventyfive
211
49 Life after death
215
50 Lawn today lawn tomorrow
219
51 My arm isnt long enough
225
52 First among equals
229
The end
234
Index
236
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About the author (2007)

Janet Butwell coaches in a major professional firm. As her own retirement looms she is studying for a Masters Degree in Coaching and Mentoring Practice at Oxford Brookes University and is setting up her own life coaching business to help people retire happily.

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