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We recently made the transition to retirement. My husband retired last year on July 1, 2017. He had worked for 31 years for our local school system and he was ready to be out and to work on his own projects. When you’ve set your actual retirement date, you go into a stage I call “Meetings”. And since we agree with the proverb: two heads are better than one, we attended these meetings together. Continue reading “Transition to Retirement: What You Should Know”