Retirement’s ‘Golden Trinity’: Health, Lifestyle, Budget

News from the web:

Martha Nelson, over at the Huffington Post, writes a great blog post today, she begins:

I have no desire to live with my children. Neither do most of my boomer pals.

Having spent our adult years roaming the country as standard-bearers of the new mobile society — changing jobs, buying three or four homes over the years, choosing the weather as the basis for putting down roots — we’re not likely to be near our children anyway.

For the most part, we tossed aside the idea of living and dying in the same town, the same house, with our children close by, and our aging relatives taking up the guest rooms.

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