Sunday, 29 June 2014

Retirement


Officially I retire tomorrow on 30th June but with accrued holiday my last day in the office was actually on the 18th. I am now weaning myself off the routine and anxieties of working life.

However, blogging will continue. Whilst it may have served as a form of alternative therapy for the busy divorce lawyer, I think it may now be viewed as an opportunity for creative writing. Oh, okay, maybe the truth is that after a lifetime of divorce I just can’t really let go!



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Simon said...

Best of luck Judith, I hope retirement is fun for you and that the adjustment to not working is manageable.
Will you be starting a new blog or continuing to blog on this site?

Judith said...

Thanks Simon. The answer to both your questions is yes as I hope to keep Judith Divorce running but have also been blogging about retirement for a little while now as Caree Risover at http://aretirementblog.blogspot.co.uk/