People who are planning their retirement are invited to attend the free Living Silver series of programs at the Lakewood Library. Living Silver addresses the non-financial aspects of retiring well. Mary Lloyd, author of “Bold Retirement: Mining Your Own Silver for a Rich Life,” presents this four-part series.
- Discovering the Buried Treasure‚ÄìYOU: Define what is important for you. Consider your purpose once retired and explore how you might live that.
- Putting Work in Its Place: Look at the role of work (paid, volunteer, or creative) and the challenges of finding it once retired. Identify your best strategies.
- Silver Ties: Take a realistic look at relationships and expectations. Get connected and stay connected with spouses, parents and kids.
- Mastering the Cosmic Teeter Totter: Consider the balance needed for a satisfying life. Work on problem solving, communication and stress reduction. Address the potential for boredom. Start to plan your silver life.
Pre-register at the branch or by telephone.
Lakewood Library, 6300 Wildaire Road S.W., 253-582-6040, Mondays, Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29 at 7 p.m. FRIENDS of Lakewood Library sponsor this free program.