6 Work Life Balance Tips for Workers in Their 60s (Infographic)

Getting to retire at age 65 or earlier isn’t the dream for everyone. With longer life spans than ever before, many are opting to work later in life. While there are many reasons to consider working longer, such as extra income or to stay mentally active, there are several things to consider to make sure life stays balanced.

This infographic outlines a few tips to keep the work-life balance when working later in life, as well as some reasons why more and more people are choosing this path.

6-Work-Life-Balance-Tips-for-60s-WorkersInfographic by Alexandra Ashton for AAG

 

27 comments

Siyus Copetallus
Siyus C1 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

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Henry S.
Henry Silver2 years ago

Arresting

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Adrienne L.
Adrienne L2 years ago

Thanks

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Elaine Bauer
Elaine Bauer2 years ago

Love my 3-day/week job, but on the 4th; I MUST rest! Would love to re-retire, get a dog or 2, but it's not economically feasible. Exercise helps greatly; the energy for it is getting scarce.

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Feather W.
Feather W2 years ago

happy that the work time of life is over..now I can really party..

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Fi T.
Past Member 2 years ago

Never mess up life with work

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ERIKA SOMLAI
ERIKA S2 years ago

noted

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Ron B.
Ron B2 years ago

Whatever turns you on I guess. I was fortunate enough to be able to retire at age 60 with full benefits and have never looked back.

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Muff-Anne York-Haley

Oops, wrong article! Somehow my comment migrated!

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Muff-Anne York-Haley

I'm good to travel either way! However when you travel with your hubby/boyfriend, you don't have to worry about ferrying your own luggage:))

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