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April 12, 2008


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Canadian Dream

You didn't forget about me. You just put off the best for last right? *grin*

I agree obsession can be useful if directed properly. Perhaps that is why I don't even own a scale. I find I'm happier off not knowing what I weigh. Besides my waist size provides enough of a check point (ie: if they get tight I need to stop enjoying things so much and get out of the house more or if they are too loose I can enjoy that extra piece of cake).


Kathy Sterndahl

Wow! We're the same! I weigh myself every morning without fail. Down = good, up = bad. I recently spent an entire year planning for a four-week trip to Italy last May (including studying the language). Before retiring, I spent time every night trying to work out how long my money would last if I earned X return and spent Y% each year. BUT...I weigh 113, I had a wonderful trip, and I'm now 60 and have been retired for 10 years. Personally, I think we have it right!

Retired Syd

@Kathy: Perhaps this is a shared trait of the early retirement personality? Makes sense to me!

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