If you love to read the latest news and health tips or find delicious recipes and inspiration for crafting hobbies, check out these ten Pinterest accounts to follow during your retirement.
Itching for a dash of inspiration on the best ways to spend your retirement days? Pinterest is a great place to start. If you use the app on your smartphone, it’s like holding little pictures of inspiration in the palm of your hand!
Oh, but where to start? There are so many choices! Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We’ve collected ten different accounts to follow to help you find activities, recipes, financial tips, decorating inspiration, hobbies to dabble in, and more.
A motivational Pinterest account challenging the stereotypes of retirement.
This Pinterest page includes tips on planning for (and living out!) your retirement, plus material about home, health, DIY, and various outlets to express your creativity.
Tips and tricks for living a healthy, happy life. Find ways to take “better care of yourself and your family through powerful weight-loss tools, expert advice, and health information.”
This account, by a young couple who retired at ages 38 and 41, is all about having a “work-optional, purpose-filled, adventurous life.”
Pin this magazine’s gardening tips, mouthwatering recipes, decorating tricks, and travel ideas inspired by the Southern lifestyle.
Find inspiration for all your scrapbooking, card making, stamping, or mixed media craft creations.
If you’re thinking about supplementing your income with a part-time business, this couple has insight. Their mission is simple: “help you improve your life by discovering and scaling a part-time hustle or small business idea.”
From investment ideas to books to money-saving tips, Nancy L. Anderson offers retirement strategies for “late starters.”
Get your news online. Learn about international business leaders and what innovative products are being created.
This national organization helps those over 50 live the life they want and desires to “empower people to choose how they live as they age.”