Category Archives: Retirement

Financial Wellness

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It’s a Wonderful Life

As you know.  I am retired.  I love being retired.  But I also like continuing to be engaged with my profession, at the level I choose.   Here’s what I’ve been up to lately, professionally and personally: I recently finished teaching … Continue reading


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The season’s first snowfall has had an interesting effect on me.  It has caused me to make lists and set priorities.     List of Top Things To Do Now:   Finish teaching two online courses Work on my volunteer … Continue reading

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Recognizing Burnout (and What to Do about it)

The recent American Libraries “Will’s World” column struck a chord with me.  “Your Mileage May Vary” deals, in a facetious way, with the topic he calls “library fatigue,” but more commonly known, I think, as burnout.  Especially among those of … Continue reading

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