Live your best life after retirement


“Retire from work, but not from life.” – Dr MK Soni, vice-chancellor: Manav Rachna International University, India.

The sentiment rings true, but when you’re approaching the unknown, it’s normal to feel a sense of anxiety attached to the end of an era. You may focus on thoughts of saying goodbye to your 9-5, but remember you still have so much to look forward to.

Here’s to having more time to do the things you love: such as visiting friends and relatives, exercising, having fun and getting reacquainted with your neglected hobbies.

As you work through the various emotions, you get to decide which passions to pursue and how you’ll approach your exciting new beginning.

Our new YOU Retirement magazine offers a handy guide packed with insightful tips and interesting articles to help plan where you’ll live, what you’ll do and what to look forward to.

Find out why retirement rocks and how you can make the best of your newfound freedom in the first edition of YOU Retirement available in stores now.

Email Johan on or simply order online at to have your copy delivered to your door.It’s a great holiday read if you’re planning your next exciting chapter – or a thoughtful gift for a loved one.

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