3) Analyze Your Health
You want to be as healthy as possible before your retirement, and life in general. You will get the most out of your retirement if you get healthy, and one way to do that is to analyze your health. While you may not like going to the doctor, a little preventive medical attention can help you in the long run. You should start scheduling checkups and your preventive exams as soon as possible. At each appointment ask about ways you can improve or maintain your health. Get dedicated to eating healthy, exercising, and getting the right amount of sleep. You should also stay in touch with family and friends. Doing so will help maintain your mental health, and may aid in fighting of any depression or blues once you have retired.