Be careful how you pick your motivation to retire.

Pick the wrong motivation and you may find yourself regret retirement and it could cost you years of an exciting retirement

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  1. cato
    cato says:

    I’m not just tired of work. I hate it. I’ve been planning to retire for years and I have so much I want to do. I am the opposite of John. I have a list three feet long!! it doesn’t include making other people rich.

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