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In 1991 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age of 38. Now, into their 4th decade of this financially independent lifestyle, they invite you to take advantage of their wisdom and experience.

These Tips will Help You Have a Healthier and Happier Retirement

Clarisse Newton

Do you feel as though your retirement isnít going to plan? Maybe it isnít everything you envisioned it would be and want to make a change. Either way, this guide will help you to make a positive difference to your life.

Get your Money Sorted

The first thing you need to do is organize your money so you can figure out what you have to live on. Gradually reduce your spending so that when you retire, you can adjust with ease. It is also a good idea for you to track down any old pensions while claiming your state pension. This will give you the chance to see if you may qualify for any benefits.

Make sure that you have life insurance in place before you retire. It will give you peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are taken care of and youíll know exactly how much youíll need to pay in installments during your retirement. Primerica is an excellent place to start. Take a look at Primerica reviews to learn more. .

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Wind Down Gently

If you want to ensure a smooth transition then one thing you can do is retire in stages. By easing off on your workload over a number of years, you can then get used to the idea of not working. You will also find it easier to fill your time in a number of ways. If you can, you need to chat with your employer so you can find out if this is possible. If it isnít then you might want to look into any volunteer options, so when you retire, you have something to occupy your time. This is crucial for your mental health, so keep that in mind if you can.

Prepare for the Ups and Downs

There may be times when you feel a little bit lost. This is completely normal. If you are experiencing changes in your relationship or if you are in ill health then this is normal. With that in mind, you do need to have a plan in place. Think positively and share your concerns with others. This will help you to stay positive and it will also encourage you to prioritize self-care. Consider discussing hearing issues with loved ones and visit your doctor on a regular basis. On top of this, use your free time to continue to push and challenge yourself. Try to learn an instrument or get a qualification. Either way, by doing this, you can be sure to get the result you want out of your retirement.

Eat Properly

Make sure that you eat regular meals and that you follow a solid eating pattern. If you have a tendency to snack then there is nothing wrong with this, but if you do have some extra time on your hands then you may find that you have the chance to explore healthier options. If you can do this then you will soon find that it is easier for you to maintain a healthy weight, which is so important as you get older. If you can incorporate some kind of exercise routine into the regime you have right now then you should try and do that. The main reason for this is because it will help you to stay healthy and it will work wonders for your mobility, which as you get older, is so important. 

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About the Authors

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli are recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance, medical tourism and world travel. With the wealth of information they share on their award winning website, they have been helping people achieve their own retirement dreams since 1991. They wrote the popular books, The Adventurerís Guide to Early Retirement and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible available on their website bookstore or on

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