Greetings all-long time lurker who received much information (and motivation) from all your posts. I am 55 and have just pulled the plug on career number two- Friday I am off the books! Technically, I did retire from career number one, but that was only for one day so it doesn't really count! I was planning on staying on until September but another forced transfer (back to Washington DC) was enough for me to say "enough already." I am looking forward to finally enjoying my Florida home and taking it easy until I am ready for maybe something part-time. Thanks again for all the motivation!
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