How to Emotionally Handle Retirement

Posted by Indiana Retired Teachers Association on Sep 10, 2019 10:10:00 AM

Where did the time go? It seems like only yesterday that you were a recent college graduate and a young educator ready to make a difference.

You have since taught hundreds of lessons, poured over countless tests and worked tirelessly to help young people learn.

And now, you are considering retirement. That thought can be unnerving.

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Topics: Lifestyle

Safe Activities Your Grandchildren Will Love

Posted by Denise Long for IRTA on Jan 4, 2019 10:07:08 AM

Spending time with your grandchildren is always a delight, but as they grow older, they take a little more effort to entertain.

If you don’t have something planned for them, they will end up zoning out in front of the television while your hours slip away. However, by the time you reach your senior years, it is important to keep your safety -- and the little ones’ -- in mind.

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Topics: Lifestyle

Cash Flow Planning for Retirement: What Indiana Educators Need to Know

Posted by Tom Mellish, Executive Director, IRTA on Jun 23, 2016 1:21:03 PM

Retired educators cannot live on Social Security checks alone - at least not in the lifestyle you have become accustomed to, according to our recent webcast seminar.

Planning, says financial advisor Tia Lee, is critical for protecting quality of life in the years beyond the classroom.

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Topics: finance, Lifestyle

Do You Have That Volunteer Spirit?

Posted by Tom Mellish, Executive Director, IRTA on May 11, 2016 11:20:36 AM

Volunteering can be one of the most rewarding opportunities in your life.

Volunteers are passionate about their causes. They feel a calling to help other people or their community. They also gain a personal fulfillment from this experience. 

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Topics: Lifestyle, Volunteer

Why new habits beat resolutions

Posted by Tom Mellish, Executive Director, IRTA on Jan 14, 2016 2:00:00 PM

The cold weather has set in. Holiday decorations are packed and put away. Hopefully, all the holiday goodies that were baked have been consumed.

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Topics: Lifestyle

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