The title of this blog post is from Shakespeare's The Taming of The Shrew. It is not meant as a 'woe is me', hand wringing comment but is stated as a simple fact that I have been wrangling with and am now proactively addressing. Chatting to friends, I have noticed that many of us are actively pursuing life changes, both personally and professionally. Two of my friends are moving to live by the sea, not because they are anywhere near retirement but because they want a better life, a slower life and one that affords some of the pleasures of retirement which my generation and those to come can probably only dream of as we work longer for less and have no pension to speak of when we finally get there. Several others are choosing to focus precious time on their families and spend less time working, although that choice in itself clearly impacts on earning potential. Although I am sure that there are many men out there who face similar tricky decisions around what to do reg…
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