FInd ways to enjoy your life after work. Retirement brings new opportunities. This book explores how to enjoy your retirement. Susan Kersley retired from the medical profession after thirty years and discovered that retirement is an exciting time to discover new opportunities for a life after work. She hopes to inspire you too! Chapters cover: 1. TIME TO THINK ABOUT YOUR LIFE 2. WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU RETIRE 3. FUN THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU RETIRE 4. STAYING FIT AND HEALTHY5. RETHINKING ROUTINE6. IMPORTANT LIFE TRANSITION 7. COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY8. TOO MUCH CHOICE 9. HAVE A LIFE AFTER WORK 10. TOO OLD? 11. PLANS INTO ACTION 12. COMING TO TERMS WITH GETTING OLDER 13. ENJOY LIFE
The Southwestern United States continues to attract retirees seeking a great place to retire. It is easy to understand why. Abundant sunshine, striking natural landscapes and a relaxed lifestyle are hallmarks of this part of the country. Unfortunately, many towns in the Southwest are expensive. Places such as Flagstaff, Arizona and Georgetown, Texas are often hailed as great places to retire, but they have living costs that are above the national average. Here, though, we have eighteen Southwestern towns that are worth considering for retirement. Each has living costs equal to or below the national average. Some of these towns are fairly well known, while others are still off the national radar. All of these places have safe neighborhoods, recreational and/or cultural amenities, a local or nearby public library, local or nearby accredited medical facilities and some sort of water conservation plan. Each also has a welcoming quality that makes it a desirable place to live. No one place is perfect, however, so we take a look at each town's drawbacks as well.
There is a pressure on the pastor that never goes away. Most times the pastor is not aware of the pressure because he has lived under it for so long. But, it is there. He may mark a day on the calendar as his "day off," but one phone call and he is at the hospital, or at the home of a hurting person. He may plain a vacation with his family and is far away from home, but again, one phone call can cancel the plans as they rush back home because of a death in the church's family. In retirement, that pressure goes away and for that the pastor can be thankful. However, there is another pressure that takes its place. That pressure is described in the scriptures as being "a fire in the bones." It is the desire to preach.
From the first military uses of powered aircraft to the B-2 stealth bomber and beyond, an enormous body of data concerning the various flying machines used by American military forces has been assembled in repositories across the land. This is a comprehensive guide to the printed literature on the U.S. military's different airplanes and helicopters. Thousands of entries cover 525 fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft models, including prototypes. The published materials listed include books and monographs, periodical articles over one page long, and government documents.
Do your parents have an updated will? Do your parents have a living will? These are only part of the questions that you will need to ask your parents as you take notice of their age and health. This is not an easy topic to approach or discuss, but it is something you and your siblings, if you have siblings, will have to sit down and start to talk about. This is also for those married couples who do not have children for you need to prepare as well.