We've still got it going on...
When I first spotted 'Doris', who features in our lovely logo (above), I couldn't help but make her our poster girl for The Association of Retired Single Women... She's energetic, she's going places, she looks like she has a whole 'bucket-list' of things that she can't wait to be, do and have in life and she has a big smile on her face!
That's what I want for you too - whether you're an 'always single' woman or, like me, you're 'single again'. I want you to have the happiest, healthiest, most vital, productive, energetic, prosperous and fulfilling retirement you could possibly have! At the same time, I want you to get the resources you need to help you balance having the kind of retirement you want and deserve to have, with planning to meet your future needs. That's what The Association of Retired Single Women is all about -
From USA Today: Retirement: How women can generate income for life
Posted by Ann Harrison on January 7, 2015 at 2:00
The Association now has a chat room! I'm not sure how well it works - because I was the only member online when I set it up, but feel free to check it out if you're on the site at the same time as one (or more) of our other members. Let me know how you get on... and if you see me around here, please be sure to say "hi".
Posted by Ann Harrison on January 4, 2015 at 10:30
I like these and I'm going to do my best to work them into my morning routine:
1. What am I excited about?
2. What am I grateful for today?
3. What am I committed to making happen today?
Posted by Ann Harrison on January 4, 2015 at 10:00
Hi All, I'm Ronnie and have just joined. I'm 61 and am in the last months of my work life. I retire January 1st. All my stuff for retirement is in place and I'm just running down the clock now. As ready as I am, I'm finding myself with a terrible case of nerves. Having a terrible time envisioning how I am going to fill 40-50 hours a week. How do I keep daily, fulfilling, face to face contact with the human race? Social life has been "built-in" since I was 15 years old and took my first job.…Continue
Posted by Ann Harrison on August 17, 2014 at 9:00
Started by Kathy Mosley yesterday.
Started by Ann Harrison. Last reply by Ronnie Aungst Dec 10, 2014.
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