There are a lot of options out there to consider when retiring. I went thru it last year and it is stressful but you still have some time left. My biggest stress thing was medicare. My advice is to not just look at initial costs, because what saves you money up front may cost you more by the end of the year, in deductibles, copays, in/out of network....
I've come to the conclusion that stress is wrecking havoc on my sugar levels. I'm retiring at the end of the year, and I'm so overwhelmed with all the forms I have to submit. It's the last thing on my mind when I go to bed, and it's the first thing on my mind when I wake up. I guess I'm going to have to deal with these levels until I get a better handle on my stress or until I retire. I'm actually searching to find a therapist to help with the transition.
Thanks for listening
I think I remember when you wrote that you had retired. Well Congrats again .124 this morning
Congrats, alamogirl! I retired at the end of last year and there were soooo many hoops to jump through! And yes, stress is very bad for your blood sugar😢