What does the life of a member of the first class of baby-boomers born in 1946 look like?
What issues does this baby-boomer face as he or she moves closer to 70 years-old and to the front of the line of those who have way more life behind them and way less ahead?
Finding purpose and meaning
Can a 68-year-old still find purpose and meaning in everyday life or is the highest hope a rocking chair on a nice deck with a comfortable cushion?
I am that person. I am 68-years-old and I'm still working to find answers to these questions.
Before I retired more than 10-years ago, I had a busy life filled with a demanding job, two kids who are now grown and who have their own children. One lives several states away and the other lives in another country. My wife and I enjoy doing things together.
This blog is a record of that search, shows where I've been in that process, what I'm thinking about right now and what I'd like to do in the future. I'm also thinking about my legacy, what I want to leave behind for my kids and my grandkids.