Author: Richard Stim
Category: Business & Economics
When planning for retirement, its easy to become preoccupied with stock portfolios, 401(k) balances and doomsday predictions about baby boomers lack of savings. But happiness in retirement isnt about how much cash you can manage to sock away before the age of 65. Everyone wants a comfortable retirementbut most also plan to have some fun, maintain an active social life, and enjoy a healthy old age.In Retire Happy authors Rich Stim and Ralph Warner show readers how to become rich in the ways that matter most. They encourage future retirees to balance financial concerns with an enriching lifestyle and advise readers to make personal preparations for life after work, including: cultivating interests outside work leading a healthier lifestyle revitalizing family relationships spending more time with spouses and enhancing sex life embracing spirituality or meditation nurturing friendships and making new friends Retire Happy helps readers prepare for retirementnot just financially, but in every aspect of their lives. This books also features key selections from USA TODAY throughout, including excerpts from articles regarding retirement satisfaction as well as snapshots, the popular quick-glance infographics featured on the front pages of USA TODAY.