0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 27, 2010 12:30 PM by sooz

    Work & Money

    sooz
      I really think that if you can find work that feeds your soul, contributes some good to others, and provides some cash flow and flexibility, go for it.  I am 63 and have a good deal of autonomy, flexibility and gratification in my work and life right now as I transition into retirement.  I believe that I will continue doing what I can for a while, then perhaps change my "offer" - I'm a self-employed consultant.  I don't think I will ever not want to earn some kind of compensation...it's been a motivation for me since age 9 with part-time jobs, etc.  Right now I love the pace of my life.  My work experiences provide interesting conversations for social contacts as well as with my spouse.  But I'm making special times for my spouse, family and friends now because life is short...but, life is good.