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Tell us your retirement story
Everyone’s retirement story is different. We all have unique experiences, knowledge and perspectives when it comes to retirement planning. By sharing your story, you can have a positive impact on some else’s journey and help them approach retirement from a new angle. Writing your own story is also a great way to learn about yourself too.
We're always on the look out for unique and inspirational retirement stories to share with our community. Share your story with us and we might feature it on our website or in our newsletter! Below are some starter questions to help you get the pen moving (or the keys tapping).
We'd love to hear your retirement story and the reflections, experiences and adventures you've been a part of since entering your 3rd Act.
Here are some examples of what we'd love to know:
- The best thing about retirement
- A life lesson that you have learned
- An obstacle that you have encountered and how you overcame it
- A new job or activity that you have started
- Your top tips for a happy retirement
- What you are doing to maintain a healthy mind and body
Send your story to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'My Retirement Story' and we might publish it on our site or newsletter.
Your retirement story might just be the inspiration or guidance a fellow member might need.
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