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  1. The University of the Third Age , known as the U3A is a great organisation for those retired folk and those not in full time employment. We have over a 1000 members in our Group in Christchurch, Dorset taking part in all sorts of activities. Maybe you could mention this organisation in your next article
    Many thanks
    Peter Guntrip

    • Hi Peter,

      Thank you for your comment. After doing some research on the U3A, I would be interested in doing an article on the organisation. I think that quotes from yourself as a member would also be great to include.

      If you’re interested in taking part, please could you send me an email confirming this? My email address is josh.close@lifeline24.co.uk.

      Many Thanks,
      Josh

  2. Hi, I enjoyed reading your article as it offered a lot of good suggestions for those who have retired. You have one problem with your website you might want to correct. The correct spelling for traveling, as you can see, has one “L” not two. It’s an easy mistake and I hope it’s easy for you to correct. Thanks for the article.

    • Hi Elaine,

      We’re so glad you enjoyed reading our website! We’re always looking for suggestions on what blogs and content you’d like to see more of. With regards to the spelling of ‘Travelling’, we are using the U.K. spelling of this, which traditionally has two L’s.

      Thanks again for your comment!

  3. I retired 3 days ago, the most important thing is to stay busy. If money is an issue then your future hobbies are limited. I am fortunate to live near open moorland (west Yorkshire) but a pastime in walking is dependant on weather and health, but it’s the best way to stay fit. My motorcycle building was impaired by being ripped off on eBay, buying a moped in Norwich, Which stopped my favourite hobby overnight. Reading, writing, watching dvds and listening to music are all great but they don’t stop you from sitting down for hours. Model building is my old favourite but it’s unusually expensive. Plus when you’ve finished a model it becomes a dust collector. I keep a diary to. It reminds me daily that I need to do more, but it’s hard to do the things you used to do, but can no longer manage easily. My advise is to try lots of new things and see what takes your fancy. Forget work! Pete

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