One of the primary factors in living a healthy retirement is to maintain or establish social networks. It is easy to feel isolated at home. Ask any mother taking care of a 6-month old baby. It can be a lonely time.
I suspect that many people want to avoid retirement because they created their entire social network at their office or place of work and find the task of creating another one too daunting.
A study out of the
This study, which controlled for health before retirement, found that post-retirement work had a positive effect on health whether the work was part time or full time.
The report also said retirees should not take just any job. Those who took jobs that were closely related to their previous careers had the best mental health.
In the last few months several people have talked to me about continuing their career but giving it an internet presence. A few of them have started a blog, set up Facebook pages, and are working on their websites. I often help them work out a marketing strategy for their business but when it comes to practical matters such as technology I usually send them to one of the coaches I have worked with and regard highly.
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