Our Riley is turning out to be a pretty good pupper, but he is a lot of work. He’s a social guy and loves to play and take walks. Thankfully, he’s not the ‘devil dog’ he was when he was little (3-4 months) … although he still has his moments. Over 70% of Americans have a pet of some sort – mostly dogs (60% of … Continue reading Healthy Pupper, Riley
I like to scan the forums over on earlyretirement.org and sometimes I’ll even tally up up responses to a post to measure how people respond to certain questions. Recently someone provocatively asked “Are you still an athlete?” It drew a lot of comments so I went through them to see what other early retirees are doing athletically … Running was the most popular activity by … Continue reading Are You Still An Athlete?
If you can’t find time for fitness in early retirement, when will you find time? Increased fitness is a benefit that most people report when they leave the workforce. It is certainly one of my key goals when I reach early retirement later this year. How about you? Will you be fitter or fatter? Image Credit: Pixabay; MrFireStation.com Continue reading FIRE Station Fun – Finding Time