Navigating the Emotional Side of a Career Transition

This article is authored by Ron Ashkenas and is originally published by Harvard Business Review. Let me begin this post with a personal confession: Although I’ve talked with many managers about career transitions over the years, I’ve never had a career transition myself until now. For the past 37 years I’ve worked as a management consultant … Continue reading Navigating the Emotional Side of a Career Transition

Rich and invisible lives of over-55s

This article is authored by Bernard Salt and is originally published by The Australian. Google the term “over-55s” and up will pop the most confronting schedule of material that any baby-boomer could imagine. Apparently, the Over-55s is now a thing, a grab-bag, that encompasses everyone and everything that sweeps forth from the virtual end of … Continue reading Rich and invisible lives of over-55s

Having Life Goals Was Linked To Reduced Risk Of Anxiety & Depression, & Here’s How To Make Yours Stronger

This article is originally published by Bustle. One key part of growing up is figuring out how to make your life goals line up with what's actually happening in your life. Not having clear life goals, or feeling like your goals are out of reach, can be super frustrating — and a new study says … Continue reading Having Life Goals Was Linked To Reduced Risk Of Anxiety & Depression, & Here’s How To Make Yours Stronger

How to help your partner recover from the post-retirement blues

This article is by Queensland Health and is originally published by Starts at 60. The months after they hang up the tools and start life after work can be a particularly tricky time for men. While some men take to retirement like ducks to water, others find it hard to settle in to a retirement … Continue reading How to help your partner recover from the post-retirement blues

Ten Things You Can Do for Your Mental Health

This article is originally published by the University of Michigan. Try these tips to keep your balance, or re-balance yourself. 1. Value yourself: Treat yourself with kindness and respect, and avoid self-criticism. Make time for your hobbies and favorite projects, or broaden your horizons. Do a daily crossword puzzle, plant a garden, take dance lessons, … Continue reading Ten Things You Can Do for Your Mental Health