December 29, 2015

Planning to retire early? Think twice

"Retiring at 55 and spending the rest of your life relaxing on the front porch may sound appealing, but if you want your brain to keep working, it’s probably not a good idea. Mounting evidence shows that staying in the workforce into old age is good not only for our bank accounts, but also for our health and mental acuity" according to research reported in Washington Post by
Better have some mentally challenging activities lined up!


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