Published on 30/10/2020 5:07:49 PM | Source: PNB Metlife

Purposeful Life after Retirement

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With your working years spent in the office trying to secure yourself financially well enough to fulfil your goals, retirement can often open up many unexplored horizons in your life. After the initial excitement of being retired wears off, the need to find ways to make life interesting and secure becomes a core requirement. Here are some ways to add purpose to your life after retirement:

Build a healthy life:

Incorporate new ways to make your life healthier by adding exercise, healthy food and newer activities in your daily routine. Take up activities that keep you energetic and healthy. Something as simple as a morning walk can boost your metabolism and keep you happier.

Follow your passion:

Retirement allows you to do something that you’ve always wanted to do. It can be developing your hobbies, working part time, or even volunteering for a cause. It can be anything that keeps you engaged and happy. While a hobby or a long lost desire to learn something new can keep you positively occupied, volunteering has benefits of its own. Having to be somewhere, to do something often keeps you feeling needed, while keeping you engaged.

Build your network:

While you find ways to keep yourself occupied with a hobby, fitness or volunteering, you will also find it surprising how you meet new people in your new found routine. Take this as an opportunity to build a network and get active socially.

Retirement means less worries and hence it is important that you are financially secure to enjoy this phase of your life. It is advisable to invest in a good retirement plan or pension plan as it secures your future by providing you with much needed financial support for medical bills, daily expenses and even trips. Also it is a good idea to start off as soon as possible while building up a retirement corpus, so that your golden years remain as free of irksome worries as possible.


The aforesaid article presents the view of an independent writer who is an expert on financial and insurance matters. PNB MetLife India Insurance Co. Ltd. doesn’t influence or support views of the writer of the article in any way. The article is informative in nature and PNB MetLife and/ or the writer of the article shall not be responsible for any direct/ indirect loss or liability or medical complications incurred by the reader for taking any decisions based on the contents and information given in article. Please consult your financial advisor/ insurance advisor/ health advisor before making any decision.


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