Choose Your Path
Comes from the root word rewire
Meaning: to add new wires & pathways, rebuild, learning new
Who's rewiring?People just like you. Exploring new things, challenging themselves.
Creating delicate pieces of art out of chunks of wood
Bob & Nancy
Pursuing outdoor adventures, staying fit, and learning as they go
Composing music, and writing genealogical and historical books
Sharing her love for cooking and gardening as an Instagram blogger and photographer
Leading StrongWomen strength training classes for women over 50
Practicing yoga to stay healthy and strong
Competing in crossword puzzle competitions and serving on a non-profit board
Dean & Karen
Thriving as new grandparents, while managing their farm and markets
Join the MovementReady to rewire? Be a part of a growing enthusiastic bunch of folks over 50.
When we plan for our retirement, it can be easy to get trapped in the financial side of things. Money is an important consideration as our primary careers draw to a close, but once we’ve worked with our financial planners and made the calculations, one question...
Rewiring includes exploring new interests, and there's real benefit to include activities that enable us to make, create and build. When we make things we create a perfect symphony between our mind and our hands, keeping our brains healthy and promoting psychological...
A bunch of my friends are retiring this year, all in their 50s and early 60s. They've enjoyed successful careers and are wrapping it up. But beyond the initial excitement of newly-discovered freedom, the threat of boredom looms. The prevailing conversation centers on...
I was cleaning out my bedside table and way, way back in the drawer under a heap of papers I found the tiny book Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... and It's All Small Stuff by Richard Carlson. I bought this book in 1997, one year after our son was born. It was an...