It may seem cliché to create a list of New Year’s resolutions, but there’s a reason it’s so popular … especially for retirees (and pre-retirees). The beginning of a new year is a great time to think about where you want to go in the months ahead — and then create a plan to take you there.
Chances are, staying healthy and continuing to be financially independent are at the top of your wish list.
If that’s the case, here’s a list of resolutions every retiree should consider stealing:
1. Eat colorfully
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Everyone has strong feelings about New Year’s resolutions. There are people who feel that making, and sticking to, a New Year’s Resolution is vital to starting the year on the right foot. The opposing camp feels that setting a New Year’s resolution is pointless because the intention is never seen through to the end.
New Year’s resolutions are an important practice for older adults as long as goals are broad. We suggest everyone make a New Year’s resolution while keeping in mind one of the eight dimensions of wellness. The dimensions of wellness are ideas that a…