Seniors must focus on health, fitness, wealth, side hustles, creating new tribes, and relationships.
Self-help, not dependency.
The average life expectancy of a senior in the United States is 84. This means that the average senior spends 12,000 days on this earth. That’s a lot of time to get things right.
If that is true, I have another 5,840 days left on this planet. No guarantees.
Even though this article applies to both men and women, life has conspired to give me a 6 month window to become the ultimate OldFartAlpha, set up a home base in Tampa, get my finances in order, and head for Kharkiv on a solo mission.
There’s never been a better time to start thinking about your retirement and how to make it as fulfilling as it can be. The first step is to fix your finances and fix your health.
The three pillars of a successful, happy, and fulfilled senior adult life are health, wealth, and relationships.
Seniors must focus on their health by staying fit and avoiding diseases, avoid being a burden to their children, and live a long and happy life.
Benefits are out there, often hidden, but ferreting them out is almost a side hustle by itself. I will take advantage of every possible program to make sure I can keep up with beautiful women 20 years my junior.
If you are looking for more time, but don’t want to give up your social life, exercise can help. Exercise can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle, while taking the time to build new relationships.