It’s not a crisis. It’s a blah-ness, an internal fog that won’t quite lift. Even when your life’s going well on the outside, something feels amiss on the inside. Midlife malaise has many facets: hormonal changes, empty nest, divorce, career dissatisfaction, and more. The good news is that most people weather midlife malaise pretty well, and so can you. [Read more…] about Weather midlife malaise | the best way out is through
Ever had a gut feeling about what was causing a health problem, but dismissed it as a random idea? You may have been ignoring valuable health information. BodyWise: Discovering Your Body’s Intelligence for Lifelong Health and Healing will help you develop the skills to listen to your body and take charge of your health. [Read more…] about Get BodyWise: how BQ can help you take charge of your health
If you’re like most Americans, you don’t actually budget. You know it’s bad to spend more than you earn, that’s not the point. You just don’t want to track every dollar coming in and going out. Which may be fine right now. But as you move toward retirement, you’ll need a better handle on your ongoing costs. Here are 5 apps to help you budget at midlife. [Read more…] about 5 apps to help you budget at midlife
Until you hit midlife, your designated primary care doctor may not have mattered to you. But advancing years tend to usher in more medical complaints. You want a primary care physician (PCP) who helps you make the most of your health in midlife and beyond. So let’s talk about how to choose a doctor at midlife. [Read more…] about How to choose a doctor at midlife
My last post discussed the emerging trend of retiring abroad. Although the number of older Americans living abroad is still a tiny percentage of all American retirees, it’s growing. Its growth, in fact, is outpacing that of the total population of US retirees.
How can you decide if this option is right for you? Refer to the previous post for lists of hard data and softer concerns you should consider. Then use the resources below help you decide what’s right for you. [Read more…] about How to learn about retiring abroad
Between 2010 and 2015, the number of Americans retiring overseas increased 17%. Lower expenses, better weather and a desire for adventure have enticed people to live abroad. But moving away from your home country is a major life decision. Is it right for you? [Read more…] about Is retiring overseas a good option for you?