Resources and Tips

By | April 17, 2018

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(Updated 4/17/2018)


Lots of good information about how to look at retirement and where to find resources for employment and support groups.

Two Good Books With Abundant Information

Life Reimagined and Work Reimagined are both sponsored by AARP.  There are social get-togethers, lectures and other support forums.  I’ve attended several and I have been pleased with the quality of the information.

Work Reimagined Book             Life Reimagined BookThese are companion books that you might find useful, especially if you sign up for the online support which is totally free. (affiliate)

I can’t say enough good things about the AARP website. There are so many great resources available there. Check it out.



Work from Home Links:

Online resources for any sort of position, including consulting gigs: and are the two premium sites for researching work from home positions.

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I’ve listed additional information at this post:  Legitimate Work From Home Opportunities.

You’ll see companies such as UHaul, Apple and Amazon all are hiring.


Starting an Online Business Blog:

That’s where Wealthy Affiliate will definitely help.  See my post on all of the benefits at THIS LINK



There are a number of excellent reviews of the Wealthy Affiliate program on THIS PAGE of the Getting Started classroom.


For teaching positions investigate these resources:

K-12  –  Tuition-free, fully accredited online public schools for students in grades K–12.  The site explains their purpose this way:

While traditional brick and mortar schools work for many children, they restrict many others for a variety of reasons.

We are looking for bright, creative individuals to join us as we help shape the future of education in America.

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Connections Academy – “Connections Academy is an accredited online school for grades K–12. Follow us for valuable learning ideas and insights about the virtual school experience.”


Teacher information sessions will give you a chance to learn more about what it is like to work as an educator with our company. 

Live virtual information sessions will be held every Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Eastern. lists the 7 best sites for finding online teaching jobs.

Here’s what they say about searching for online teaching jobs and why they’re the best resource:

If you’re an online instructor who’s looking for online teaching job openings, you may find searching for jobs to be a daunting task. Just google “online teaching job.”  We did and got 103,000,000 results.  Good luck sorting through that humongous pile of data!


Connecting through Social Media:

Whatever path you choose to follow post-retirement, you’ll want to maintain connections you’ve made during your career. Keep in touch through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

I’ll update this page from time to time with additional resources so stay tuned!

Please let me know if any of these resources work for you or if you have other suggestions, I’m happy to link to them, as well.

Now…let’s get to work!