The Globe and Mail (Report on Business) has confirmed that I am on the right track with my retirement. Today's sizable article recommends that new retirees "stick with what [they] know". Their expert observes that "people make the most successful changes when they keep one foot in what's familiar".
Hmmm...it feels as if I have both feet and at least one arm deep into what I know. Perhaps I'm overdoing it.
At least I appear to be observing another bit of G&M retirement advice: "Now's not the time to do something you hate."