How to Stay Young at Heart When You Retire in Australia
After the hard part (a lifetime of working and taking care of your family), it is time for retirement. For some of you that sounds perfect – relaxing, spending more time with your loved ones, finally doing all the things you’ve always wanted to do – but for many individuals it is very difficult to adjust to this new stage in life. It is extremely important to accept this period in life as a period of new beginnings. As soon as you realize your life doesn’t stop when you retire, you will feel excited about the adventure! Here are some ideas that can help you adjust and find inspiration in your retirement in Australia.
Cycling Keeps You Active
There is nothing better than spending time outdoors, enjoying fresh air, and absorbing sunbeams surrounded by the stunning beauty of Australia’s wonderful landscapes. Well, actually, there is one more thing that can make it just perfect. And that means it is time to take out your old bike from the garage for a spin!
Cycling became one of the hot picks for many retired Australians. Why? Well, the answer is simple, this way you stay active while exploring the hidden jewels of your town at the same time. You can even make routes and set goals to achieve and make it more interesting. Or you can go a step further and opt for cycling through Australia’s wine regions.
And if you really want to make it memorable, then opt for cycling abroad through French wine routes. That means literally cycling through France’s beautiful countryside, exploring vineyards, and taking cooking classes and wine tastings. The best thing is that you will get fit while you experience the true essence of French culture – the heart and the soul of its charming regions. It will for sure make your blood pump!
Gardening Keeps You Calm
A fun way to spend your time is to find a perfect hobby that will keep you busy while you are at home. Whether you choose crafting, quilting, knitting, scrapbooking, or gardening it doesn’t matter, as long as it makes you excited and inspired. Who knows, maybe you can earn some extra money from selling your handmade crafts.
Surrounding yourself with a natural environment reduces stress, so you could say that a garden is a therapeutic environment where you can relax while keeping your mind and your hands busy. Especially if you spent most of your time away from your home, in an office, surrounded by concrete buildings. Now you have the time to create your own piece of heaven, an oasis in your backyard. There is always something to do when you have a garden, which makes it a perfect hobby for individuals who are having a hard time adjusting to retirement and all the free time that comes with it. If you have a green thumb, gardening will be a piece of cake for you.
Also, a big plus is that it will inspire you to eat healthier and use your own organically grown vegetables when preparing meals, directly from your garden. You can search online for veggies that are perfect to grow in Australian weather conditions, such as zucchini or pumpkins, to take advantage of the long hours of sunlight and grow the best crops! Nowadays, the gardening equipment, tools, and hoses are very easy to use and inexpensive, so it is a smart investment to fill your shed with all sorts of gardening utensils that will help you keep your garden neat and tidy.
Traveling Keeps You Young
Retirement is a perfect time to start exploring Australia’s hidden gems. All the way from the tropical north through the red earth to the south wilderness, there are many amazing things to see and discover in the stunning beauty of this wonderful country. Now that you have enough time, all you have to do is to start planning your journey, pack your camera, and start your adventure. Traveling stress-free, knowing that you have no obligations, will make you feel more calm and more open to meeting other people. Keep in mind that you should plan your travel according to what you enjoy doing, or what you want to explore. For example, if you are an outdoorsy active type, you will most definitely enjoy loveable Wilson’s Prom in Southern Victoria, an area of coastal wilderness. You will be able to see many exotic animals during your walks since it is home to an abundance of native wildlife. And don’t let me get started on the landscape! What a variety of different sceneries – rainforests, forests, beaches, coastlines, greenery… it will leave you speechless. Don’t wait any longer, grab your suitcases and start your journey!
You see, after a lifetime of providing for your family and trying hard to keep everything under control, retirement comes as a kind of a reward for all the hard work. It is time to relax and do what you really love doing to stay young at heart and lead a happy life!
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