Guest Post

RB60: Regenerate by 60

Retiring by 40 (RB40) has become a thrilling goal for many younger people, who see it as the ultimate life success. In contrast, older adults, often retiring by 60 (RB60) due to company age limits or layoffs, view retirement as the end of the road. The stark difference in these perspectives is rooted in varying mindsets, financial freedom, and personal values about work and impact.

RB60: Regenerate by 60

Why We Need a New Retirement Ritual: The Rejuvenation Year (Retirement “Gap Year”)

Chip’s Note: Colleen has one of the finest minds I know and ever since her successful career as a corporate strategist, she’s focused her attention on how to help people to retire…or rejuvenate well.

Why We Need a New Retirement Ritual: The Rejuvenation Year (Retirement “Gap Year”)

Madelyn’s Story: Part 3: The Making of a 69-Year-Old Sex Goddess

(The author “Madelyn” is a long-time, active member of the MEA community. Names and identifying details, including the author’s, have been changed.)

Madelyn’s Story: Part 3: The Making of a 69-Year-Old Sex Goddess

Madelyn’s Story Part 2: Fireworks

(The author “Madelyn” is a long-time, active member of the MEA community. Names and identifying details, including the author’s, have been changed.)

Madelyn’s Story Part 2: Fireworks

My Sexual Awakening with a Male Escort for Older Women

(The author “Madelyn” is a long-time, active member of the MEA community. Names and identifying details, including the author’s, have been changed.)

My Sexual Awakening with a Male Escort for Older Women

The Fountain of Youth.

Chip’s Note: Beyond my post on Monday, the rest of this week’s posts on relationships are penned by women, except this one by Luc. Luc and Sophia are pseudonyms, but they’re also real people whose lives were forever altered by meeting in Baja.

The Fountain of Youth.

My "Hell Yes!" Moment Didn't Happen Overnight

Chip’s Note: Like Debra’s guest post yesterday, you know when a relationship is over and you have three choices: make the best of it and stick around, distract yourself with other passions, or leave even though that may be the hardest of those three decisions.

My "Hell Yes!" Moment Didn't Happen Overnight

The Courage to Leave.

Chip’s Note: Debra’s honest guest post about how we have to make difficult decisions in our marriages and romances is a great way to start this week of guest posts dedicated to “realationships.”

The Courage to Leave.

The Future is Uncertain. Own it!

Chip’s Note: Peter is one of my favorite MEA alums and it’s been great to see his evolution over the past few years from his head to his heart.

The Future is Uncertain. Own it!

The Question We Should Never Stop Asking

Chip’s Note: I love Wendy’s writing and her new book “Not Too Late” is as inspiring as it is instructive. Big hug to all of you from Iceland where I’ve been spending the week.

The Question We Should Never Stop Asking