December 2022 Bar Bulletin
By Kary Krismer
Approaching retirement can be scary. Concerns can arise over what to do after years of working. And as WebMD warned me just this morning, once retired, inactivity can be unhealthy, and can even lead to depression.
While taking a short sabbatical this year, I stumbled across what might be good retirement options for some: Entry level work, possibly volunteer, doing something enjoyable. Work where the primary reason for working is not the pay or benefits, but the activity itself.
In July I took a one-month sabbatical to volunteer as a Camp Host at a state park. For those unfamiliar, camp hosting involves volunteering at...