May 26, 2013 — We are very big fans of the periodic New York Times supplement on Retirement. Every time it comes out we find at least 5 really interesting and thought-provoking features about different kinds of retirements.
Here’s what’s in the May 15 Retirement issue:
How They Do It Elsewhere – A look at how and why many other countries do a far better job in their retirement programs. In fact man folks agreed the U.S. gets a C grade, compared to Australia, England, and even Chile.
Making a Move Abroad – And Working There Too – A profile of Patrice Wynne, former bookstore owner who started a Mexican themed fabric and more shop in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
How to Travel the World on a Very Slim Travel Budget – Meri Murphy is usually twice the age of her fellow hostel travelers. Here goal is to travel the world while she’s able. And she’s doing it on a shoestring. Here’s how she’s doing it.
Back to School not for the degree, but for the fun of it. Jack Kaufman was a partner at a big New York law firm. Now he teaches 8th and 9th grade Latin.
A good place to retire? Maybe you are already there. This article profiles several couples and interviews experts to provide more insight into why for some folks, the best place to retire is right where you are now.
Turning Profits into Hobbies. A profile of how Carla Ingram turned her expertise as a seamstress into porch shades, and Donnetta Watson;s wedding planning service.
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