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#29 – The Social Habits of the Happiest Retirees

A rewarding retirement is not just about having enough money to live comfortably. At the end of the day, there are some things that money can’t buy. Having social connectedness is essential to your longevity and happiness. Maintaining lifelong friend groups or social groups is key during this stage in your life, and traveling with these social connections can lead to your most fulfilling retirement.

On today’s podcast episode, Wes explains how social connectedness is vital for a happy retiree. He also dives into the softer side of planning for retirement, four happy retiree secrets of social connectedness, and shares his research on happy retirees versus unhappy retirees.

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