Four Important Pastimes During Retirement - Part 1
They say the problem with retirement is that you never get a day off. While in work you may have spent the little time you had free, whether on the weekend or otherwise, dealing with family commitments, simply just resting or even catching up with work or getting a head start on the week ahead. The risk during retirement is that one simply finds oneself with too much free time - time that you don’t know how best to fill. On top of this, it seems that a mix of work alongside play makes one appreciate both more. Some spare time it is almost like a treat, unlimited spare time when you have no or few pressing commitments can get tiring quickly. Just imagine your favourite meal - you enjoy it maybe once a week or month. The prospect of being faced with it day in, day out quickly becomes less appealing. So this is why it is important to have ‘more items on the menu’.