Retirement is not as easy as you might expect. There is no right or wrong way to do retirement. Some may seem more successful at it than others. But it’s not for reasons you might think. It’s not always because they have more money. Sometimes, it’s because they’re more social, have more hobbies, and activities that keep them active. Whether you’re newly retired or a long time retiree, it’s important to have a purpose so you can have a life well spent.

Lives Well Lived

PBS has a really neat program right now where they celebrate the incredible wit and wisdom of people between 75 and 100 who share their secrets for living a meaningful life. Per 

Encompassing 3,000 years of collective life experience, diverse people share life lessons about perseverance, the human spirit, and staying positive in the midst of life’s greatest challenges. Their stories will make you laugh, perhaps cry, but mostly inspire you.



Whether you have a lot of money or not, you can still have a successful retirement. Hopefully, at the end of it, you’ll think to yourself, and others will too, that you had a life well spent.

Rich Feight, CFP
Rich Feight, CFP

Hi, I'm Rich Feight I'm a fee-only Certified Financial Planner, successful business owner, and self-made millionaire that knows how to beat the system and become wealthy. I have a lot of clients that have done it too. I'm also pretty good at finding that ever-elusive work/life balance so many of us strive for. Lucky for you I have an abundant mindset and give all my knowledge away on my blog. So if you want to know what it takes to become a millionaire, follow me.