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Weekly Edition ~ April 28, 2017

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"If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything." ~Mark Twain

 

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This Week's Community Review:

Villages at Isle of Pines

Mooresville, North Carolina

Mooresville sits along the shores of expansive Lake Norman in rolling western North Carolina, about 30 miles north of Charlotte, and is the setting for Villages at Isle of Pines, a quiet, established 55+ community with single level single family homes and town homes. Amenities include a clubhouse, a fitness center, a fishing pond, RV and boat storage and walking paths. Water activities are just a few minutes away.

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Previous Weekly Reviews:

Edgewater Arms, Dunedin, Florida

Dunedin is a cute town on Florida's Gulf Coast and is the setting for Edgewater Arms, an established 55+ condominium community with nicely groomed grounds, a swimming pool, two piers, an adjacent marina and water views.

Carillon at Tuscany, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

On the northern South Carolina coast, Myrtle Beach is a beach, golf and shopping resort destination, as well as the site of Carillon at Tuscany, an inviting, gated 55+ community within a larger all ages development. Homes are single story, and amenities include fishing lakes, a swimming pool, a movie theater, walking trails, tennis courts and more.

Lake Ashton, Lakes Wales, Florida

Nestled amid lakes and citrus groves in central Florida, Lake Ashton is a beautiful amenity-rich 55+ community with a boat dock, a fitness center, two golf courses, single family homes and more.

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What Are Your Dreams for Your Retirement - Choice Is the Answer

Are you longing for the day when you can retire, do all the things you have been waiting to do. It could be traveling the world, enjoying long holidays or moving to another country. Maybe days filled with sport; perhaps golf is your choice. Or it could be the opportunity to explore your native land. We are often too busy to discover what our own country has to offer!

However, some people prefer to work until they drop, having few other interests but their work. Are you a workaholic? Sometimes workaholics get so used to working they cannot contemplate days without purpose and being needed.

But with the new later retirement dates will you live long enough to reach retirement? Or will you have you the health and the energy to do other things other than just potter around?

Not much to look forward to after a life of work.

It's one thing to choose to work to a later date because you want to; it's different to have to. If you are making the choices, then you can decide to work part-time and work the number of hours that suit you and probably find something you enjoy doing. It is different to have to work at your old job even if it is too strenuous for you now. The chances of changing occupations in later years and finding something more suitable are slim.

So what is the answer? Well if you have a few years to go before your retirement date, then now is the time to set up a part-time business connected to a hobby or interest you are passionate about. What better way is there to earn a living than doing what you love?

There are so many internet businesses you could start. Now is the time to tap into the possibilities.

Develop your interest into a hobby-business for your retirement years. This will put you in control to choose when you retire; you will have extra cash, a great interest to invest a little time in and a challenge that will bring you satisfaction as your business grows.

Begin now and do some research. Affiliate marketing is a simple internet business to set up. There are affiliate programs available on most topics; do a Google search. With a good mentor and/or affiliate program providing excellent products for your customers and teaching you the skills and techniques, you can earn as you learn, building your own list of customers for the future.

Books to help you:

"100% Mind Power" by Jack Ensign Addington

"Ask for the Moon and Get It!" by Percy Ross

"Awaken the Giant Within" by Anthony Robbins.

"The Power of Your Subconscious Mind" by Joseph Murphy

"I Can Make You Smarter" by Paul McKenna

"Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway" by Susan Jeffers

"Laptop Millionaire" by Mark Anastasi.

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