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Andrew Farah column: Adjust, realize retirement dreams

11:25 PM, Apr. 19, 2013
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If you forget to switch the alarm clock off on the first morning after you retire, what will you do when it wakes you up? Smile and hit the snooze button? Or leap up, ready for a job that no longer needs you?

At first, retirement may seem like a vacation - a week or a month or two when you can travel, indulge in hobbies, reconnect with your spouse and relatives. If you hit the snooze button, perhaps you're on the way to making the mental adjustments needed to make the most of your new status.

If, however briefly, you wonder what you can do now that your work is over, you may need some time to adjust to your new ...

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