Retirement Coach, Ann Nelson, looks at ways to maintain your health in Retirement. Once you reach your retirement, you may get tempted to spend a lot of time relaxing and doing you love most. It is very important to prioritize your hobbies when you retire. However, your health should always come first. This is because an old person is likely to get sick due to the inactive immune system in the body. When you get ill, the rate of healing also slows down to the condition of your immune system. Consequently, you are prone to suffer cancer because your immune system can’t effectively detect and fix cell defects. For that reason, you should try as much as possible to stay healthy. Here are some ways in which you can keep your body health;
People live life knowing they should following their dreams. However, many fear taking the risk that many dreams involve because they do not want to look foolish or make mistakes. No one succeeds or achieves what they want in life without taking some risks, and that is even more important in preparing for retirement.
Australia retirement coach and author of ‘Retire Well, Retire Happy’ gives three tips that every retiree needs to know.
Retirement is another major phase of life, just like going to school for the first time, getting married or seeing the children moving out of home. While some people manage to jump into retirement smoothly, others find the adjustment to retirement difficult.
Retirement coach and author of ‘Retire Well, Retire Happy’, Ann Nelson says there are ways to make the transition into retirement smoother and manageable so the change doesn’t feel drastic after participating in the workforce for decades. www.annnelson.com.au
“Most people preparing to retire can start to feel lost, because they’ve identified within their job or income for most of their life. Once a