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Are you feeling lost, directionless, unsure of your next steps?

Are you wondering who you are without your work?

Is it hard to stay motivated?

Do you find yourself feeling irrelevant?

Prepare yourself to confidently enter the delights and challenges of the third stage of your

life feeling well resourced, energized and full of positive anticipation.

I’m Susan Farling, Retirement Evolution Coach

I help people in the third stage of life, often in some stage of the retirement transition, create the joyful, meaningful, fulfilling life they want and  have worked so hard for.



Avoid that anxious, not-sure-what-to-do-next feeling by using the practical suggestions that pack this free ebook.

Enter your name and email and click the orange button to get your ebook.

Retirement offers a doorway into a potentially deeply rewarding third stage of life.

It can be a fulfilling time of peace, playfulness, connection, contribution

and enjoyment.

Without adequate planning however, retirement can have downsides.

  • A slide into a “why bother” mindset can become depression.
  • Boredom can result in over use of  alcohol and other potentially dulling distractions.
  • Mistaken assumptions and conflict in relationships can result in resentment, unhappiness and divorce.
  • Staying in a “comfort zone of the familiar” can result in social isolation.

Navigate the delights and challenges of the third stage of your life feeling well resourced, energized and full of positive anticipation.

“Susan was highly recommended to me by a friend….With her guidance, I was able…to get my thoughts in order…focus on what is important, make a clear plan, identify my own needs, and finally to take specific steps toward meeting them…… In addition to her excellent professional techniques, Susan’s gentle and open demeanor created an environment where I felt safe and in good hands. I highly recommend her.”                                                                                     – retired professional woman in her sixties