StarSilver: Why growing old is grand


Being outdoors and gardening can bring about physical and mental well-being. Photos:

Sometimes it is the small wins that deliver the most satisfaction – and for retirees, we aim for small victories such as harvesting our homegrown veggies, and enjoying restful naps in the afternoon.

The retiree, though unfettered, is disinclined to boredom. Doing what we like provides purpose and structure to our day.

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