The stages of life are more fluid than they used to be. Whether you retire at age 50, 65 or 80, how do you envision your next decades? How do you manage the path ahead? There are many choices and options depending on your preferences, finances, family, health and talents.
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I wish I knew then what I know now — that I would change profoundly and yet stay the same, that I would overcome challenges that would fundamentally alter the course of my life and that life would grace me with the opportunity to reinvent myself many times over.Elizabeth Bergman, IC Aging Studies Chair, "Aging is an Opportunity for Freedom" published in The Ithacan 11/6/19