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How Will You Spend Your Retirement?

You’ve worked hard and have been looking forward to your retirement for years. You might be wondering what exactly you will be doing with all of your extra hours in your day when that happens. Take this quiz to see how you will spend your retirement.

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Do you have a hobby?
Yes
I wish I had the time
No
I don't know

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How do you feel about Mondays?
Love them
Dread them
Take them or leave them
I don't know

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What do you think about rubix cubes?
I enjoy the challenge
I try to solve them but get frusterated after a few minutes
I don't enjoy them at all
What's the point?
I don't know

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How do you feel about fall leaves?
I love the way they crunch when I step in them
I use them to compost my garden
They are a pain to rake
None of these

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How many hours do you currently work per week?
Under 40
40-50
50+
None of these

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What motivated your career path?
The paycheck
A desire to help others
The excitement of my job
None of these

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Do you regularly take breaks at work?
Yes
No
Sometimes
I don't know

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Do you have a bucket list?
Yes, and I update it regurally
I always wanted to but never had the time
No, I don't see the point
What's a bucket list?

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How often do you read?
Daily
Every once in awhile
Not very often
Never
None of these

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You travel...
For business
For pleasure
A little of both
I don't travel

Traveling

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Now is the time for you to begin checking destinations and activities off your bucket list. You might have gotten through your working years by daydreaming of exotic locations, and now is the time to see them. You can expect to spend your retirement traveling to exotic beaches, beautiful cities, and taking in the sights.

A Second Career

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You aren't one that enjoys lazing around. You like to stay anxiously engaged and busy. You have spent years dedicated to your profession, and would be bored if you were expected to sit at home and twiddle your thumbs upon retirement. Instead, you will take this time to enjoy the start of a new career that you have always dreamed of. Whether that new career is managing a bed and breakfast, writing a novel, or teaching young children, is up to you.

Volunteering

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Now that your long years of hard work are behind you, and you have the luxury of choosing how to spend your day, you will spend your retirement giving back. You would be bored and feel selfish if you spent all of your time relaxing on the beach. So whether its volunteering at the library or local animal shelter, you will spend your retirement selflessly donating your time to a cause that is close to your heart.

Relaxing

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Nobody has worked harder, or deserved the time to relax more than you. You spent hours dedicated to your career and often put in overtime to be able to save for retirement. You will spend your retirement relaxing. You might take a leisurely stroll in the park or sink your toes in the warm sand. You can take yoga classes or paint. Whatever you choose to do there is one thing that you won't miss upon retirement, stress.

Continuing Your Education

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You love learning and have always harbored a secret desire to go back to school. Perhaps because of work and family commitments, you never had the time. When you retire, you will finally have the opportunity to continue your education. You can finally get that degree in Art History that you have been coveting or learning another language that you admire. Whatever your chosen course of study will be, you can rest assured that you will spend your retirement continuing your education.

Enjoying a New Hobby

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You have always had the desire to take up a hobby, but never had the time to do so. Don't worry, when you retire, you will have the opportunity to fill the hours in your day pursuing your passion. You can take up photography, knitting, yoga, or even train for a marathon. The sky's the limit and it's up to you to decide what you will spend your time doing. You can rest assured however, that you will spend your retirement enjoying a new hobby.
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