Retirement Quotes

Retirement is wonderful. It’s doing nothing without worrying about getting caught at it.

Gene Perret

Retirement at sixty-five is ridiculous. When I was sixty five I still had pimples.

George Burns

A lot of our friends complain about their retirement. We tell 'em to get a life.

Larry Laser

There are some who start their retirement long before they stop working.

Robert Half

There is life after retirement, and it is BETTER.

Catherine Pulsifer

While some people can’t wait until their retirement, others feel cheated that they have to retire at all.

Catherine Pulsifer

Retirement means no pressure, no stress, no heartache... unless you play golf.

Gene Perret

The hardest people to convince they are at retirement age are children at bedtime

Shannon Fife

The "Great Society" has not worked and it's put us into the modern welfare state. If you look at China, they don't have food stamps. If you look at China, they're in a very different situation. They save for their own retirement security... They don't have the modern welfare state and China's growing. And so what I would do is look at the programs that LBJ gave us with the Great Society and they'd be gone.

Michele Bachmann

Not so great in England at the moment; in an online poll we came last, we actually came bottom of European countries for quality of life, because of things like the weather, obviously, late retirement, poor holiday, poor public services, poor health service; it's basically just a kind of grey, godless wilderness, full of cold pies and broken dreams.

Bill Bailey

There is nothing better than being out there when the game is on the line; only now, I get to see what my players will do. How will they react? Retirement is fine for some people, but I got bored. I'm used to more of a fast-paced life.

Larry Joe Bird

I am speaking of the life of a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children; who has undertaken to cherish it and do it no damage, not because he is duty-bound, but because he loves the world and loves his children; whose work serves the earth he lives on and from and with, and is therefore pleasurable and meaningful and unending; whose rewards are not deferred until "retirement," but arrive daily and seasonally out of the details of the life of their place; whose goal is the continuance of the life of the world, which for a while animates and contains them, and which they know they can never compass with their understanding or desire.

Wendell Berry

Retirement should be a happier time, conditioned upon not being ill.

David Blanchflower

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