Around the world people are emerging from lockdown and having to adjust to the new normal. This enforced break has given us the chance to try a new hobby or to restart an old one. The changes brought about by social distancing measures will give us opportunities as well as challenges. Now is the time to be bold whether you buy that motorbike you always wanted or go on a road trip with your family.
Your retirement years are your golden years. You should be free to enjoy them in comfort and (dare we say it) just a little luxury. The autumn of your life should be the time at which you divest yourself of all the stress and anxiety that plagued you throughout your working life. A time when you focus on what really matters like your family and your spouse. It should be about looking after yourself in mind and body, enjoying regular gentle exercise and keeping your mind active. It should be about seeing the world, and enjoying new experiences. It’s a time for appreciating fine foods and wine. It’s about experimenting with new hobbies and creative pursuits. It’s about using the new abundance of time you have to do things that bring you happiness and contentment. Continue reading “Struggling To Get By In Retirement? Leveraging Your Assets For Liquidity”
In times of uncertainty we all need to think about investments and savings. it is important to make our future as secure as possible.
The government has just announced that lockdown will be eased further from the beginning of July and that it may be possible to go on holiday at least for a staycation. We had a holiday to Italy cancelled at the beginning of June and are now wondering if it might still be possible to get away for a few days. You too may be wondering where you might want to go and want the excitement of having something to look forward to. Continue reading “Things to think about when hiring a car”
In England non essential shops and indoor markets have been shut since the middle of March due to the corona virus pandemic and this has given me the chance to notice doors that would normally be open including these heavy wooden doors with the impressive lion door handles. These days the corn exchange in Corn Street is home to a bustling indoor market selling everything from old books to oriental fabrics and is very popular with locals and tourists.