Anybody else enjoy the 'doing nothing' aspect of retirement?
My husband and I both had to retire early due to disability, ironically in the same year. I was 52 and he was 57 - that was 7 years ago. Now that we both have adjusted to our respective disabities, I find that I enjoy the "do nothing you don't want and/or feel like doing" aspect of retirement. Of course, because we are disabled, what we CAN do is limited, but we're not in wheelchairs or bedridden so there are a few social/volunteer activities we could participate in. We just choose not to.
Anybody else enjoy the freedom to do what you want when you want, or to do nothing at all? All you active retirees out there make me feel like DH and I are the retirement oddballs. LOL