Retirement Options

Retirement Options

Do you ever think about your retirement? We do. We’ve been working so long that it becomes a puzzling question of what shall you do now for the rest of your life? Work gives us routine and something to aim for, but retirement seems to take all that away. That’s what it might seem like on the surface especially to people who haven’t done proper research into their options. Retiring for many people seems scary because it’s like a confirmation that they are heading into their twilight years. However, retiring from the workforce and living your own life without any worries of a 9 to 5 should be uplifting. Now you get to do all the things you never thought you could and really spoil yourself post retirement. 


 Using Your Senior Skills

Many people above the age of 70 still retain a lot of enthusiasm for their profession. In fact look around the world and you see many people in their 70s in the most senior positions of business and many other jobs. This is because they have a lot of experience, knowledge, and have made the right decisions to become a senior figure in their industry. If your parents are looking to retire and are one of these people or you believe that they have such great skills that they shouldn’t be wasted, speak to them about working for themselves as a consultant. Consultants are basically like freelancers, they offer their skills and expertise to anyone that is willing to listen and pay them.

You don’t have to do anything that is tiring or requires a lot of legwork. Your wisdom and words are the only thing people want. These people that would hire you would be entrepreneurs that want knowledge of special tactics, small business owners that want to grow and expand, and of course corporations that need cool and calm experienced heads in their boardroom. Many c-suites will use senior consultants as their personal advisors and these positions can easily fetch a cool six-figure salary. So if you have parents that are retiring from a busy office, tell them that if they still have passion for their industry, they might want to become a freelance consultant. 

 Low Stress High Reward

Much like the consultant work, there are teaching jobs you can take on to pass on your knowledge. If you are someone looking to retire from the workforce and just take each day as it comes and slowly relax into old age, you can still find pleasure in teaching. For example, if you are a professor in a university and you just want to stop marking coursework and exams, as well as teaching full classes but still love your work, then look towards tutoring. Why should you stop working just because your body is ageing? If your mind is fresh and loves your subject so much that you want to impart knowledge into the world, then look toward becoming a private tutor.

Firstly, it’s far less stressful as you’re only dealing with however many clients you wish. You pick the days you want to work and the hours you want to put in.  Since you’re dealing with clients on a one-on-one basis, you can take your time to explain the intricacies of your work and the things they need to understand. You can tutor at your home and have no need to meet up anywhere. It’s simple, it’s relaxed and it’s still mindfully engaging.

Retirement With Care

If you’re someone that is looking to retire but you would still like to enjoy the things in life you have now, then you have many options. Those that know they are physically unable to wander around and go see things they would like to, often find themselves in the house a lot. For that you have options for carers to come visit you at home and perform all sorts of tasks. Take a look and compare the live-in care options that you have regarding your own city. The website offers a directory to many services and then compares them to see which might be best for you. The feedback that each service receives is also taken into account so you can make the best choice from previous users. We’re not quite at this stage yet but it’s good tobe able to have such info to pass onto relatives.

Retirement is far from boring, not in this day and age. That old image of a gloomy few final years is but a stereotype that needs knocking on its head. Now you can still work, but absolutely to your own wishes and probably make more money as well. You can tutor privately, passing on knowledge to the next bright young minds. You may want to take up private consulting so you can help executives in their companies while playing a less stressful role.

 

Laser Hair Removal: It’s a Thing!

razor, laser hair removal

Laser hair removal is something I’m hearing a lot about right now. While some of us are more a winter growler kind of person, others take their grooming more seriously. Hair removal is something of a sore subject for women especially. There have been a number of public awareness campaigns about the difference in price between men’s razors and women’s razors for example. With laser hair removal an option, I can see why men and women are moving away from razors, waxing and more, opting for long-term results and less effort!

What is Laser Hair Removal

Of all the treatments I’ve heard or read about, laser hair removal is the easiest to understand in terms of how it actually works. If I’ve got this right (have a look at the Pulse Light Clinic website for a more thorough explanation), lasers target the hair follicle via laser light which eventually destroys the follicle. No follicle, no hair growth. It can eliminate some hair permanently, whereas some people may benefit from occasional top-ups. The results vary from person to person. Those with darker hair tend to benefit from more follicle eliminate than those who are very fair.

The benefits include:

  • Smoother skin
  • No or much less pesky shaving
  • Less skin irritation from hair growth
  • Significantly fewer ingrown hairs

Who Might Choose Laser Hair Removal

Anyone might opt to try laser hair removal. Someone with PCOS that struggles with excess hair growth, anyone fed up of traditional hair removal methods or for whom hair removal creams, waxing and so on isn’t appropriate and anyone who wants to feel good and/or is looking to boost their self-esteem and their confidence.

Laser Hair Removal and Me

Would I consider laser hair removal myself, absolutely! I loathe the shaving and plucking rituals I, like most women, put myself through. I don’t do it for public approval, I do it because it makes me feel good. That doesn’t mean that I enjoy all of the wasted time and the constant maintenance that comes with the grind that is hair removal.

Would you consider it? Have you had it?

 

*If you want to talk to someone about laser hair removal or any other treatments please get in touch with the Pulse Light Clinic directly who would be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
Their contact details are:

1st Floor, Peek House,
20 Eastcheap, London
EC3M 1EB
Contact us 0207 523 5158

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