The best part of your life could be when you retire
When you retire, if you haven't done it yet, you will do many things you have never had time to do so far. Right?
If you have been retired for a while, the question might instead be something like...
"When should I have time to do that?"
Whatever scenario best describes your situation, I think we can agree on one thing.
Time is as limited as retired as it was before you retired!
The mistake you make before retirement is translating your 40-something hours per week of a job in a corporation as released free time. Wuaa, 40 hours per week, I can use to play more golf, travel to the places on my wish list, and spend more time with my family and friends.
In theory, it sounds good, but often the reality turns out to be different. Instead of getting out of bed at 6 am to be on time for work, you stay there until 9 am. That's fine, and you have the right to take it easier when you retire. But be aware that these 3 extra hours in bed in the morning already is "eating up" 37.5% of your "released" time, assuming that you worked 5 days a week and a total of 40 hours per week.
With this somewhat provocative introduction, I only want to make a heads-up for time. Time is and will always be a limited resource. There are various tools out there for you who always are short of time.
However, tools exist to make something happen more easily and smoothly. But you'll always be the ship's captain, and before using any of these tools, you must make a plan. You need to schedule your time how you feel is best for you...continue reading!>>