How to ward off burnout in retirement

Wait a minute, you might be saying. Isn’t burnout a having-a-job thing? Sure. But, burnout can happen anytime you say ‘yes’ too many times and wind up doing too much of what you don’t want to do. All-too often, you’ll hear someone say, “I’m busier in retirement than I ever was when I was working.” For some, that’s a good thing. For others, it can be a real stress-inducer.

That’s why it’s so important to have a plan – the Fit-To-Retire 100-Day Playbook, to be exact. The Playbook holds suggested activities, personalized just for you based on your Retirement Readiness Assessment, in each of the five areas of retirement success: Self-Identity, Personal Relationships, Social, Health & Nutrition and Financial. By sticking to the playbook and just saying ‘no’ to activities that aren’t in the plan, you can say bye-bye to burnout and fully enjoy your next act.


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