Retirement30 October 2017

Ride your hobby horse to a healthy retirement


You wind up work, take a cruise, play with the grandkids...sounds ideal, huh?

However, many retirees are seeking more sustainable ways of staying active; socially, mentally and physically.

Scientists have found that retired people involved in hobbies are happier, tend to live longer, and are less likely to suffer age-related cognitive conditions such as Alzheimer’s.

Have you thought about which hobby horse you could hop on?

The most important thing is that your hobby should be just that – something you do by choice and something that is fun!

Below is a list to get your dream machine ticking over, along with how each activity checks the wellbeing boxes.

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This article is general information only. Readers should consider getting financial advice before making financial decisions.

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