Boomers know they are aging but insist they are different -- they will defy old age. Their intention is valid but they don't know how to turn that intention into reality because old age is something that must be experienced in order to understand and avoid the lures, traps and pitfalls that lead to decline.
Most boomers declare their retirement will be different from their parents and grandparents, and for many, that will be true to the extent that their lifestyle will be different -- at least, for a couple of years. After the "retirement honeymoon" dissipates and reality sets in, they will be living their parent's traditional retired lifestyle. It takes an extraordinary amount of preplanning and awareness of what's really ahead to avoid it because tradition and the culture are skewed toward the traditional retired mindset and lifestyle. It's difficult to avoid doing what everybody else is doing or is expected.
At 83, I've been where boomers are now. I've seen and experienced the lures, traps and pitfalls boomers need to avoid if they want to achieve their intention to "never get old". ("Getting old" has nothing to do with the passage of time -- it's a choice -- something allowed to happen by default.) I've beaten the babushka off of Mother Time and boomers can do it too, if they take seriously my experience and advice.
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