Guest post written by Ned Landers
Now that I've reached age 65, I've finally started to see a little social security money come trickling into the house. I know that social security isn't what it used to be, but every bit helps in this economy. Luckily, the government encourages seniors like me to get out and work while still receiving some assistance. The money definitely helps my wife and this time during this late transition in our lives, and we are glad it is finally coming in.
I'm not quite ready to retire, and I plan on working a few more years. I've spent a lot of time trying to figure out what direction I want to go in for a short-term job, and I am choosing to look at this new path in my life as something positive. I am going to try and do something a little different than I did in my 43 years in the work force. I've spent a lot of time recently looking for HearingAidsbyMiracleEar on the computer to help with interpersonal communication, and I'm also searching for all the things that would interest me in a new career. When life throws you lemons, you make lemonade, right?
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