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Lifestyle

This is your time so live a lifestyle you will enjoy. Follow your passions; have fun; do the things you’ve always wanted to do; be strong and healthy in mind and body. Seize the day….Live life your way!

Our lifestyle is very important to us at Boomers Next Step. Our family life, friends, sailing and travel are aspects of our lives that we treasure.  Life needs to have balance for overall well-being and happiness, so we run this blog and business around our lifestyle, not the other way around.

BoomersNextStep’s planning for the future starts with lifestyle. We encourage you to  recognise how you want to live the next phase of your life before you make any other decisions.  Regardless of whether you decide to have a traditional retirement, or boost your retirement income through online business or employment, we encourage you to create a life that you love.

We particularly are interested in Travel, Leisure activitiesHealth and Well-beingMindsetRelationships. Whilst we may not be posting articles on these topics regularly we would love your input.  Contact us if you would like to write an article related to any of these topics.

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Baby Boomer Guide to Getting Fit and Losing Weight

By Bill / September 3, 2010

I want to provide for you a “Three Part Guide” that will help us Baby Boomers get fit and lose some weight at the same time. It’s really just common […]

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Hedging Your Bets on Expatriate Living Destinations – The Perpetual Tourist Six Flags Plan

By Bill / July 9, 2010

W.G. Hill’s book “Perpetual Tourist”, introduced a way of thinking about international living that has influenced thousands of readers since that time. His proposed Five Flags Theory offered a compartmentalized […]

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The World’s Top Retirement Destinations – Their Ratings Are a Constantly Moving Target

By Bill / June 25, 2010

Each year several major organizations come out with their list of the world’s top retirement destinations. The top ten is not usually the same from year to year and the […]

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Early Retirement Plan – 4 Golden Strategies to Leave the Rat Race Behind

By Bill / June 17, 2010

Make early retirement your choice. With a plan you can happily live on without damaging your quality of life. Live with what you need instead of what you want. There […]

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A New Way of Working

By Bill / June 14, 2010

Alvah Parker says when I got my job with AT&T in 1982 my father told me I was set for life. His generation really admired Ma Bell as AT&T was […]

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A program to help prevent osteoporosis with exercise

By Bill / May 26, 2010

Give me five mins and I’ll give you some work out suggestions to reduce weak bones Approximately 10 mil Americans have osteoporosis, and another 34 million have low bone mass, […]

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Expatriate Living – Retire to a Place, Not a Country

By Bill / May 26, 2010

You’ve decided you have what it takes to live abroad, ( or at least you are willing to pursue it further), but you keep hearing negatives about the countries you […]

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5 Things Boomers Should Know When Sending Their Children to College

By Jenni Proctor / April 24, 2010

Much has been written in recent years about Baby Boomers and the children they are sending off to college, and a lot of it hasn’t been all that good. You […]

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Effective Change Management is Proactive

By Bill / April 23, 2010

Change is a constant. It’s always been with us, it always will be, and it’s never easy. That’s something that doesn’t change. But the challenge of dealing with it is […]

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What Are the Advantages of Retiring Overseas?

By Bill / April 20, 2010

After long years of hard work you will come to a point wherein you just want to enjoy, relax and just chill. To be able to do what you want […]

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Planning For Retirement

By Jenni Proctor / April 7, 2010

Most people don’t plan to fail; They fail to plan. This slogan is not only a great marketing concept for a national insurance company; it is also the sad truth. […]

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Protecting Personal and Private Information in the Workplace

By Bill / March 30, 2010

One of the biggest fears people have are losing their identities. Identity, in this case, means information that is both personal and identifying to a single individual. A common threat […]

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