One disadvantage of being retired is that you have to drink your coffee on your own time.
Photo by Steve Tolcher
5 blog comments below
ahh, so true. I don't miss the coffee at work one bit.
standready on Sat May 21, 2016 3:35 pm
I usually multi-task my tea at work. Rarely there is time to only drink tea. And many a time the tea gets cold. So would be nice if and when I retire one day to be able to drink tea/coffee in peace and in my own time.
deanhills on Sat May 21, 2016 4:03 pm
The coffee I make at home tastes better than one I could get at work. Ends up being old and burnt and the water tastes funny there. It's amazing. The process of making coffee is so simple and the amount of coffee used and water used is so precise. Yet the variation on the flavour is ridiculous. In 30 odd years when I retire it'll be my own coffee in the morning with my cats (god I won't have Mynx that long! That's depressing!) and tea for the rest of the day. Pots of tea! Maybe an espresso or latte to mix things up.
TheGremlyn on Tue May 31, 2016 2:13 am
More like a funny thing about being retired.I also read that after being retired people die early? Is that even true? Or just some internet hoax.
playfungames on Sun Jun 26, 2016 6:53 am
From what I remember from my sociology class some people do die earlier after retiring. Working all those years gave them a purpose and something to do, kept them busy. When they retire there isn't always something to fill that space. I was a little worried when someone I knew retired but they've done well to fill the time. Between special seasonal events, getting more involved with their church youth groups and travelling and playing games he's got very little idle time.
TheGremlyn on Tue Jun 28, 2016 1:05 pm