11 Habits That Make Retirement Even Better

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11) Make New Friends

People are social creatures. That is a fact. So it makes sense that it is important to not let your relationships wither after retirement. In addition to keeping old friends, it can be rewarding to make new friends throughout life. Perhaps you will meet new people in a class or at a presentation or social event you attended. Regardless of how you meet people, though, it can be beneficial to get to know new people and to have discussions which interest you. It is good advice to seek out friendships with people of different ages, as well, as this can allow you to better understand shifts in social thought and to consider multiple perspectives on common issues. There tend to be generational gaps in thought, and interacting with people of various generations is a good way to surround yourself with different opinions and keep up with changing ideas of the world.

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