When Lyndsay Greene, author of You Could Live a Long Time, asked experienced retirees how to make the most of retirement, they told her to be active doing what she enjoyed doing
They advised Lyndsay that, with limited time left, understand what you enjoy doing, and change course when you find yourself doing something you don`t enjoy.
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“Walking is good exercise, but you should pick up the pace to over 100 steps per minute,” according to Danielle Bouchard, assistant professor at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba. In a number of experiments with older adults, Danielle has found that walking is the most popular exercise, but …
People who can kick the consumption habit and develop a frugal lifestyle can retire early, enjoy freedom and live well.