There’s a lot of focus on the “numbers” in retirement planning. And there’s a lot of focus on the specific tools and techniques that you can use. But there’s not much focus on actually being retired.

But that’s what all of the spreadsheets, and research, and calculations are there to support.

And all of the “traditional” aspects of retirement planning are important. Creating and maintaining the income that you need to pay for what you want to do in retirement is crucial.

But it’s the scaffolding of your retirement. It’s there to support the things that you want to do, and the things that are meaningful to you.

So what do you want to do in retirement?

Like a lot of the most important questions in life, this is an incredibly difficult question to answer. But it’s the key to having a good retirement.

Retirement is Not an Endpoint

Part of the problem here is that while

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