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Our New Guest Columnist Writes: “The Pleasure of Nothing”

Category: Baby Boomer Retirement Issues

Topretirements is thrilled to announce that our frequent contributor, Betty Fitterman, has agreed to be a guest columnist on this site. Her new column will appear in our Tips and Picks Section under the heading, Betty’s Thoughts on Retirement. As many readers will remember, Betty has already contributed one of our best read collection of articles, a 6 part series on the trials, tribulations, and tantalizing highs that comes from “Turtle Living” – that is, retiring to a home that is really a 41′ Class A Motor Coach.

First Installment – The Pleasure of Nothing
Betty’s series will touch on other parts of the retirement life as it applies to over-achieving baby boomers. Over her long career as a successful advertising agency executive from the creative side, her perspectives are sure to be entertaining as well as thought provoking. Witness her first column, “The Pleasure of Nothing“, just posted to the site. Check it out. Betty welcomes comments on her musings, which you can do in the Topretirements’ Forum under “Baby Boomer Stuff“.

Posted by Admin on January 15th, 2009

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