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When many people daydream about their retirement life, they often envision simply kicking back and relaxing while enjoying not having a to-do list. However, data shows that many people starting retirement suffer stress and health issues because retirement causes them to feel disconnected from others or simply feel unfulfilled.

Make a list of things you enjoy and have always wanted to do. This is a promising first step of finding purpose after retirement. Try things that will help you find meaning, but not at the expense of financial security. Even retirees on limited funds can enjoy themselves without worrying about their livelihood.

Your retirement lifestyle should include a mix of activities that keep you active, social, and engaged for optimal quality of life. Join a club, volunteer with a nonprofit organization, and attend local events. Many local business offer senior nights with discounts or perks and attending these is a great way to connect with other retirees!

Brain games are proven to help your mind stay sharp and can help maintain memory and improve immunity. Focus on your health, staying active and eating a healthy diet is especially important. Try taking up a new sport such a golf or join a gym that offers senior exercise programs.

Life after retirement doesn't have to be boring and isolating. Start with what makes you happy and don't be afraid to step a little outside of your comfort zone.

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