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Discussion in 'Site News & Feedback' started by Okuma, Mar 6, 2019.
You all keep saying nap. You mean like just one??
...I generally have to wake up and visit the bathroom after about 2 hours. Then I lie down and embark on the second installment.
I usually wake up just in time for supper.
This may very well change as you get older. I used to sleep like 4-5 hours a night and never napped. Now, I sleep more like 8 hours a night and enjoy my naps very much. It comes with the slower pace of life one has in retirement perhaps.
Work: It's what you do in the hopes you live long enough to enjoy retirement. I have been retired now for 6 years and it has absolutely been the best years of my life. Work was about to kill me; all the stress, the daily BS...bah!
What druryj said. I was much the same but I usually got 6 to 7 hours of sleep. The last three years of work, we lived 3 miles from work, so we (or sometimes just I) would go home for lunch to let the dogs out and eat lunch. After lunch and all that, I'd cock back in my recliner and set an alarm on my phone to wake me up in 15 or 20 minutes.
After retirement, it was go-on-the-road time and see more of this country. Absolutely marvelous seeing God's beauty. Can't wait for things to green up, and also planning a trip to Idaho to visit relatives, hoping to spend a couple of weeks just roaming around up there. Naps might get less frequent then.
I felt lucky to get a full nights sleep for my entire career. Always getting called out to work in the middle of the night and on weekends.
Go to sleep now when I'm tired, and get up when I'm not tired is the best way to describe it. No stress, no pressure, and i'll have to agree, it's been the best 5.5 years of my life, and only getting better.
Bump @Cowcatcher @TerryMiller
Your bump woke me up.
OK, so can someone explain why my badge has a chicken on it???
Is it because someone saw me at the dental office?
No, but we're discussing it here...
This is an easy way to see who has retired and who is still working.