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Experts cover retirement issues in new book

Retirement experts Bill Storie and Robin Trimingham have published a new book on how to enjoy life after work.

The two, who run the Olderhood Group in Bermuda, have written The Third Journey — Making the Most of Your Life After Work.

The two said the book looks beyond financial aspects and concentrates on the importance of a broad-based lifestyle plan to “thrive in the third phase of one's life”.

Mr Storie said: “This book is the first aid manual for repairing the consequences and obstacles of later life.

“The Third Journey provides practical information for any life situation whether you are planning for, transitioning into, or already in retirement.”

Ms Trimingham added: “The Third Journey is based on real research and interaction with retired people of all walks of life around the world.

“We offer frank discussion on the topics older people secretly struggle with most.”

The Third Journey examines obstacles and personal fears faced by older people, with potential solutions to downsizing a home, dealing with relatives, overcoming grief and loneliness, living on a fixed income, keeping busy, dating and preventing elder abuse.

The Olderhood Group is Bermuda's group of offices for Career Partners International, a provider of outplacement, careers management, executive coaching and leadership development from more than 300 offices in around 45 countries.

The book, published through iUniverse, can be bought on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

Mr Storie, CEO of Olderhood, is a retired chartered accountant and international business consultant to the insurance, reinsurance and banking industries and has produced three TV series on business and retirement issues.

Ms Trimingham is the editor of the Olderhood website and chief operating officer of the company. She is a certified retirement coach and outplacement counsellor and has worked with international companies on retirement transition education.

Advice for seniors: Robin Trimingham, left, and Bill Storie, authors of a new book on retirement issues

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Published May 12, 2017 at 9:00 am (Updated May 11, 2017 at 7:51 pm)

Experts cover retirement issues in new book

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