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March 14, 2009

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dogatemyfinances

So, how do you answer the question then?

Retired Syd

It's funny, now that you ask, I can't even remember the last time anyone has even asked me. I guess I haven't met many new people in the last six months. Not sure what that says about me these days!

Or maybe it's just that I don't care how I answer anymore. I think the last time someone asked I may have said "this and that," and we moved on to something else.

steve @ brip blap

You're absolutely right about finding out who you need to "be" rather than what you "do" - and really it applies to people whether they are retired or not.

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