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Do you think this type of lifestyle would suit you as you get older?

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LOL I AM at that age and this life style would probably suit me but I am not in the situation to be in this lifestyle!
It looks very sedentary and comfortable, but living alone, I find I need to go out and do charity work several days a week or I become like a hermit as I love staying home!
by Finy
Certainly not. I work in Aged Care and see people like this,without partners , who are bored and become physically unfit due to lack of exercise.
Use it or lose it is very apt.
I don't think it would - I get very bored sitting down doing nothing
by AJ
I would do this for three days and then I would have to find something to do.
by Gia
I would do this for three days and then I would have to find something to do.
by Gia
Eventually...yes but at present I am rather busy and it suits me til I can no longer keep moving
by Fran
Sitting in a comfy armchair, with your feet up, drinking a cup of tea...... that's my lifestyle already! Old before my time ;)
This would utterly do my head in!!!!!
LOL that's something I would say!
by jonaja
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by Jules
I think this lifestyle would suit me now! Throw a computer into the mix and there you go. LOL!
by Vee
If I sell up, I can't afford to buy into a retirement 'villa'. I wish I could - away from domestic rows and noisy dogs.

As retired, now live a leisurely life, but not as much as folk in photo!

Prefer to be out & about, walking, 'mall mooching', seeing friends, going to the Theatre constantly!
Trying to keep as active as I want to be!

I feel that after 45 years' full-time work, I deserve it! Kids' have their own lives to live, as adults.
Not unless the bloke in the picture puts his sneakers back on. Also, can't see any evidence of a computer thereā€¦.would definitely need one of them. Big television too. Then there might just be a chance I could live like this.
If these people have just complete a morning of gardening and are having a micro rest....then yes!
just a nice cup tea or coffee and a bit of relaxation.
I think most of us indulge in this some time in the day, before we continue on with our day to day activities whatever they are

I wouldn't mind sitting in the chair all day and read. :)
It's ok occasionally, but sitting and inactivity is really bad for your health and well being.
by kayea
Being retired now for 2 years, I thought it would be good to just do nothing for a while, but after learning how to "wind down" and start enjoying life, I find I'm busier than ever. I cook and bake more for grandchildren, mind them regularly, run around doing shopping for the things my daughters can't find, or don't have time to shop for but when I do sit with my feet up with a glass of wine, or a coffee, I nod off, or become bored with sitting in the same position, or sit far too long because I don't want to put the book down I'm reading so it has its negatives so I'd have to say it looks good but it's not practical to do at times.
I'm not sure, I like to keep on the move.
No, I like being active and doing things.
I worked with elderly people and it was very sad
seeing them just ''wasting'' away each day.
Watching the clock and being lonely. Heart breaking!
It's the lifestyle that I wouldn't mind, nice and cosy,I tend to be lazy in the winter and cold and even tho I go to work, I like being at home.
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