TEN: Imperfections of the house are staring you in the face . . . at all times.
NINE: There IS time for exercise.
EIGHT: Coffee breaks are not alone but with your pooch who needs your ‘watching’.
SEVEN: You think there is more time than there is.
SIX: Even your own grooming needs self-direction.
FIVE: You can’t sleep in because your internal clock from years of work won’t stop.
FOUR: Hubby mentions to you that you are annoying.
THREE: There is no job description given to you of duties and responsibilities of your new position as retiree.
TWO: The house becomes LESS organized as you move from one activity to another.
AND ONE: All your friends have gone back to work.
2 responses to “Top Ten reasons why Retirement is Hard WORK”
And….you can’t ignore the honey-do list with the phrase “I’ll do it when I retire”. And … Folks think if you are retired, you are available for pet-sitting, kid-sitting, helping them move, and helping them with their own honey-do lists….work without pay. Ok, not as funny as yours, but reality of my retired life!