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Old Thu, Jan-13-22, 10:06
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Whoa, you are all part of the "Great Resignation", messing up an economic recovery, and will have a blast when it finally sinks in! Do not rush into anything right away, "let retirement come to you".
Rob has his days all planned out, and Nancy can ease into her future. My retired friends are so busy now, they wonder how they managed before when work got in the way. And many do add health related and exercise time which takes top priority now.
With DDF I found from Thanksgiving to New Years, it can run in the background, its lessons on Hunger Training and Protein keep brakes on regain while allowing more excursions off the low carb ranch.

Hah! I'd like to have been part of the "Great Resignation" but it was loosely planned for a couple years, as I turned 70 last year. Funny thing that while I've always enjoyed my work in years past, my focus changed recently wanting to do more that really matters now. Good advice to not rush into anything right away. My company wants me to continue, but I'm going to choose what, if anything, I do on my terms. It's a good point on potentially being more busy in retirement, so I've consciously put the brakes on a few things in the last few months to figure it out. I'm beginning to enjoy being in control of my time. Good advice.
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Old Sun, Jan-16-22, 12:20
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Just posted this link of Marty's interview with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella in Low Carb Media/Research, as it covers a broad range of topics. If you're on the ON email list, you've probably already received it. If not, it's a very worthwhile exchange:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnJfVbrPeL4&t=2390s
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