Two Ways To Spend Your Time When You Retire

You spend your whole working life dreaming of retirement, somedays it couldn’t come around any quicker. When the time comes to walk out the office door, however, it may not be as enjoyable as you’d hoped. Yes, a few weeks of rest and relaxation will be welcomed, a chance to put your feet and enjoy some lazy days, but the thought of doing this for the foreseeable future is not something you’d properly thought through. 

Two Ways To Spend Your Time When You Retire

When you reach this next milestone in your life, it’s time to think about what’s going to motivate you to get out of bed every morning. What’s going to keep your mind working and what activities have you always wanted to try? This is the perfect opportunity to start a project you haven’t had the time to commit to in the past. Make some preliminary plans before you actually retire and get your teeth really stuck into it when the time comes. 

Purchase a Motorhome

You could either buy one that is brand new and ready to go or opt for an older vehicle that needs a little work. This could be an excellent project to keep you busy when you first retire. If you’re good at DIY and don’t mind getting your hands dirty, this could be the perfect motivation you’ve been looking for. When you retire you’ll have the opportunity to travel the world, and a motorhome is the perfect way to reach your destination. All your amenities and personal possessions can come along for the ride, and you won’t have to deal with any public transport or airline delays. 

You could also decide to change your life altogether and sell your house for a life on the road. While you won’t have as much space as you’re used to right now, your cost of living will be reduced, and financial commitments won’t feel like such a burden. The money you free up can be spent enjoying yourself and experiencing what new parts of the world have to offer. 

Start a Garden Project

If you’re fairly content with where you live and don’t want to downsize just because you have retired, why not embark on an ambitious garden project now you got the time to give it your all. You may have always wanted a water feature and wildflower meadow, perhaps a rose pergola or a swimming pool for those summer days, it’s definitely worth the investment now you’ll be spending more time at home. 

Not only will this project stimulate you mentally but will keep your body active when it needs it most. If there is any heavy lifting or tough manual work that needs addressing, don’t be afraid to call in the professionals for some assistance. It’s amazing how a garden can be transformed when you have the time and energy to care for it. This is the perfect retirement project to keep you busy and improve the quality of your home in the process. 

 

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My name is Terri and I live in an urban area in central Georgia, USA. I'm a mom to three kids, a dog, 2 cats, 2 parakeets, 2 lovebirds, and other small aquatic pets. My hobbies include photography, reading, binge-watching movies, crocheting, D.I.Y. projects of every kind, gardening, hiking, glamping, and camping. I love to travel and go sightseeing. My coffee pot is my lifeline.

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