When most people think of retirement planning, they think about money and how they can be sure that they and their loved ones will be able to remain comfortable post-career. But retirement planning requires a lot more than just solid financials — soon-to-be retirees also need to have a plan for how to stay happy and healthy once they lose the daily routine of a day-to-day job.
To stay socialized, maintain structure and keep depression and anxiety at bay, it’s best to have a thorough idea of what your ideal retirement looks like. What will your hobbies be? Will you move someplace else? Will you travel? Will you spend more time with family and friends?
These printable bucket lists by Annuity.org can help you get a head start on planning your retirement. They’re more than just your standard “wish”-style bucket lists — they’re separated into things like long-term achievements and daily hobbies, travel ideals and skills to develop, etc. Plus, there are seven lists for seven different personalities, so you can find the perfect set of plans for you.
What are your retirement goals, from large to small? What are you looking forward to most?
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