At the beginning of the digital revolution media people often opined that “content is king.”
Joyce Wayne has been writing about social issues, business and culture for forty years.
This year she is publishing her second novel, Last Night of the World, a spy thriller about Soviet spies operating in Canada during World War II. Joyce is also the author of The Cook’s Temptation. An award-winning journalist, Joyce is most interested in the stories of men and women trying to thrive in challenging circumstances.
Here, she is exploring matters relevant to the lives of retirees and soon-to-be-retirees facing the rapidly changing circumstances of the new retirement.
Joyce Wayne: Retirement Matters
Many of the most creative people I know are not artists in the capital A sense of the word.
This summer I’ve decided to devote myself to doing as much of nothing as I possibly can.
“There’s no mental health without housing,” proclaimed Steve Lurie on TVO’s flagship program, the Agenda.
What would my life be like if I’d only followed my first story?
When I turned thirty, I thought life as I knew it was over. The fun, the adventure, the easy bargain with responsibility had ended.
When you retire, you’re embarking on the next phase of your life.
If you haven’t given yourself permission to explore your passions or develop new interests, it’s never too late.
Although saving money and being happy are often posed as the two sides of the same coin, it’s not always the case.
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