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Welcome to the first episode of our new Noteworthy Series, where we highlight an article that we think warrants your attention.
This series is in response to listener feedback on our retirement podcast. It’s a shorter piece on an article – and a conversation with a relevant guest.
Today’s article is When Retirement Is a Bad Fit by Richard Eisenberg, Money & Work Editor at Next Avenue – October 17, 2018
They say that life doesn’t give you many second chances. (Come to think of it, they say a lot of things.)
But sometimes no matter what life gives you, you can make your own second chances.
And more and more, people are come to view the phase of life we call retirement as a springboard for their own second chance at a career they’ll love.
People work very hard to be able to retire, savoring visions of a less stressful life along the way. The truth is that for some people, once they get there, find it … boring.
Join us as we talk with Paul Fox, owner of Philly Socks about his retirement story and his fun Second Act as an entrepreneur.
You can learn more about Paul Fox here:
His store: phillysocks.com
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