Two weeks into the new year and I have been sick every day. Finally went to the doc and it turns out I have sinus infection and bronchitis. Why I waited this long to get the good drugs, I don’t know. I know better given the amount of doctoring I have done the last three years. I guess my health so far this year has paralleled the stock market, weak! Disclaimer: once an investment person, always an investment person.
My goal to do more yoga this year (or any yoga at all) derailed right away. However, tomorrow I have signed up for a yoga day at my local healthy club. I will be going to three yoga classes (scary), getting a spa treatment (not scary), and a healthy lunch (scary) as part of this day. At the time I signed up, I was the only guy signed up (scary), and I have absolutely no intel on how these events have gone in the past. This will either jump start me on a yoga program this year, or it will turn me off yoga completely. In spite of the tone of this paragraph, I am keeping an open mind on this topic.
Next week, I start my second installment of c0-leading Financial Peace University at our church. I am looking forward to it as my son will be attending and helping me with the logistics. This program helped a lot of people get their finances on track last time we did it and I am excited to see the impact once again.
Today, I am hanging around the house, it is 8 below zero without the wind chill. I have already made it to Target, so no reason to go out again until I fire up the truck to pick up my daughter and son-in-law from the airport after three weeks in Australia and New Zealand.
Now doesn’t this post sound more like a retiree!?!?
A Boomer In Transition
p.s. I have country music blasting through our in-house sound system while I am writing this. My country music addiction continues to get worse during retirement.