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Looking Forward: An Optimist's Guide to Retirement
by Ellen Freudenheim

Published by Stewart, Tabori and Chang

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Just as the best-selling job-hunt guide What Color Is Your Parachute? helped us figure out what we wanted to do for work, Looking Forward helps us figure out what we want to do with our post-career years, whether that means working part-time, traveling to China, writing a novel, or falling in love (again).

Thanks to increased life expectancy, millions of baby boomers on the brink of their 60s can happily anticipate many healthy years to come. Yet they're often at a loss about what to do in this new phase of life. And many may have an unfulfilled dream or two they've never quite been able to shake. In an engaging, encouraging tone, author Ellen Freudenheim offers innovative ways to think about our lives once work is no longer central. Filled with practical tips, informative charts, and revealing quizzes, as well as anecdotes from and profiles of vibrant retirees, Looking Forward is the book that will guide us as we reinvent ourselves in this vital stage of life.



pub date: 2005-01-01 | paperback | 9781584793427