High-quality friendships are an important part of every age and stage of life, but they are invaluable for seniors who are susceptible to physical and mental illnesses as they age.
Many professionals suggest rather than retirement, individuals find ways to restructure. This means they find ways to enjoy hobbies, new jobs, or activities they have always wanted to try. In fact, many of them are busier than when they were working. Restructuring allows you to take retirement and not become inactive.