Never too late

Kent Life|January 2020

Never too late
Here’s our guide to some of the more exciting ways to spend your retirement
Judith Palmer

Retirement is becoming less about sitting in your armchair watching the world go by, and more about getting out in the world and experiencing all there is on offer. Here are some of the more unusual hobbies you could take up …

LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

The brain works best when it is challenged, so put it to great use by learning a new language. There are so many free or paid-for online courses, personal tutors and classes, that finding a course isn’t going to be difficult – deciding on which language to learn might be.

GO TRAVELLING

Why learn a new language if you’re not going to put it to good use? Take inspiration from all the jet-setting students on their gap years and head on the roads less travelled. With lots of holiday companies specialising in seniors-only holidays, you could travel with others your age and enjoy taking the hard work out of knowing where to visit.

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January 2020