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Old 07-29-2014, 05:37 PM   #21
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After my hubby & I were retired for about 6 months we both wanted to work p.t. but not have our schedules rigidly controlled by others. About that time I had an offer to teach an online college class & also to do some consulting work in my field. My hubby found a p.t. engineering job -that was something he did not think was possible. We are both happier then we have ever been-it's now been 2 years. I think everyone has to find what works for them.
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Old 07-29-2014, 11:48 PM   #22
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Last night I got a wake-up call when I stumbled across the obituary of my best friend from college who died last year. Obviously, we had lost touch considering I didn't even know he died until 8 months later, but it was still a kick in the gut. I'm feeling my soul telling me it's time to go.
I hear ya. I didn't mention it in my original post, but I had a similar wake-up call: a seemingly very healthy acquaintance (a few years younger than me) died suddenly a few months ago. As we age, those wake-up calls are only likely to increase, until we're the ones making the call. I'd like to make the most of my time on this earth before then -- and, in my case, leaving the corporate life behind is a necessary first step.
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