My life journey has included quite a few skiing injuries, a back fusion, a life-changing broken leg, and extensive arthritis. Things were ok in my right knee for a while but arthritis developed very rapidly, last fall I could no longer climb stairs. Not ok. It was definitely time to get it fixed.
Our last article described the “Best of” for 2022 to answer the question, what is your favorite place? The next most frequently asked question is what do you have planned next?
The Nike folks say “Just do It”. That has always been my life philosophy. Find the things in your life that make you happy and just do them.
A big part of our roving retirement is traveling around Europe. However, during Covid lots of extra things need to be done. So, we thought we would describe our EU Covid pass experience. On our recent trip, people in Portugal and in France required our Euro QR code to verify our vaccination status.
Most of us in early retirement want to travel extensively and we may or may not be too young for Medicare. Either way, you will need to understand your options for “travel insurance” and “medical insurance.”