More and more people are retiring every year because of the fact that it's so boring to go to work and no one there ever listens to your ideas. Here are some things to keep in mind when exploring the postworking world:
Don't Go to Work: The hardest thing about retirement is remembering not to go to work. Stay at home and rest assured your former employer recently hired a computer wearing your favorite baseball cap to do your job brilliantly.
Explore New Hobbies: Retirees fill their newly opened schedules by taking on a host of hobbies, such as joining a professional paintball league, buying new shoes to replace old shoes, and joining an amateur paintball league.
Spend Time with Family: Retired people have time for things that those of us in the work force never have time for, such as attending their eldest child's ballet recital or learning their youngest child's last name.
Stay Active: If you're not careful, retirement can lead to a sedentary lifestyle. Stay active by replacing all of the chairs in your house with treadmills and never, ever sleeping.