What do you fear about retirement?

Jan 16, 2009

Retirement Life Begins When the Kids Move Out and the Cat Gets Run Over




Someone once said, "Life begins when the kids move out and the cat gets run over." Today, for many people that is when they reach retirement age.

Here are a few more retirement quotes, retirement sayings, and retirement jokes that I just placed on my new website The Retirement Cafe:


    Bob: Do you have a retirement plan?
    Ted: Yup, lottery tickets.
    Bob: Lottery tickets? That's it?
    Ted: Of course not. Retirment Plan B is to sue some mega-corporation for a milllon bucks.

    When the majority of people get my age, once they retire and get Social Security they lay on the couch and do nothing. The next thing you know, they're not with us any more.
    — 77-year-old Retiree August Gonsoulin

    Retirees have two choices: choose the couch — or choose life.
    — Jane McBride

    For a happy day, look for something bright and beautiful in nature. Listen for a beautiful sound, speak a kind word to some person, and do something nice for someone without their knowledge.
    — Unknown 85-year-old Wise Retired Person

    RETIRED: Now I have a life!
    — Unknown wise person

    To fear retirement is to fear life.
    — from
    How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free

    Have you ever considered that your perception of reality could be wrong? If you haven't, this is a pretty good sign that it is.
    — from 101 Really Important Things You Already Know, But Keep Forgetting


Also see: WHERE TO RETIRE

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