More days of doing nothing

I think I see why some retiree’s get depressed. It’s one thing to retire comfortably and healthy and be able to do almost anything your heart desires; travel, hobbies, family, etc.

Quite another to be limited by health and/or finances to doing not much of anything, all day long.

Gotta get creative. I wish I didn’t have my crafts in storage. I always said I wanted to learn to knit and now is the perfect time for something like that but I’m not going out to buy stuff now. I’m staying put right here inside. Books, puzzles, movies, I can not be this unimaginative. Can I?

I’ve been thinking of podcasting or YouTubeing. Maybe I’ll draft up something interesting to talk about. Maybe talk about the chief. Maybe talk about health. Maybe do a post about enemas. Maybe a post about spirituality. Sky is the limit I guess.

Not sure what I expect to come out of that, but we will see. It’s always fun to try new things and see what comes of it.

Anyone have anything fun or interesting you’ve been doing during this time?


Author: porngirl3

I have always enjoyed reading and writing. Maybe because I have always been on the quiet and reclusive side; which most people may not guess at first glance or if seeing me in a social setting, especially around people I am comfortable with but it’s also not something I have an issue with. I need solitude to recharge. Writing gives me the peace and time to renew that is offered to you for your enjoyment and pleasure as well. I hope. Lol

7 thoughts on “More days of doing nothing”

  1. I’ve been retired for a while now and while I do… stuff, sometimes the thing I want to do is… nothing. I’ve got plenty of stuff to keep myself occupied even with things like finances and health being what they are. I spent a lot of years working my ass off and sometimes not being able to do something or go anywhere and here in my retirement, it’s time to play catch-up. I can do whatever I want to, any time I want to, and for any reason I want to – and even if all I want to do is nothing at all. People tend to make plans for what they’re gonna do to keep themselves occupied in their retirement and that’s a good idea and my plan was to do whatever I could do…

    Or nothing.

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    1. Sounds like you are enjoying your retirement. I feel for the people that can’t slow down and enjoy life without working. That without working can not find a sense of purpose or belonging. That is sad. And I’m glad that’s not you.


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