Mid-life Crisis … I Don’t Think So!

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There’s no such thing as a mid-life crisis…

On the contrary, at this time of life it’s your chance, at last, to follow your dreams. Are you going to leave your job and start your own business, drive a Harley across America or up-sticks and move to the Med?

Here are a few ideas to get you started….

  • Sail a tall ship around the Great Barrier Reef or Explore Peru, the aptly-named www.inspiredbreaks.co.uk will give you plenty of food for thought.

  • Vineyards beckon at www.grapeescapes.net, a specialist holiday company that will arrange grape picking and wine tasting tours in France or Spain.

  • Fed up with working for someone else? Starting your own business is easier than you might think as there is so much encouragement and advice available now. Look at www.businesslink.gov.uk for a step-by-step guide to get your business up and running.

  • Still thinking about the Harley, aren’t you Easy Rider? Well, the great news is that you don’t have to go to America. www.harley-davidson.com has UK dealers that rent bikes out by the day.

Whether you want to bungee jump in Brazil, or Zumba in Zanzibar, do it now! Yes, we all know it’s scary, but if there’s one thing we’ve all learnt it’s that the best things in life involve a little risk.

Go for it!

Some people call it a mid-life crisis; what would you call it?

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Peter Lloyd- Jones
14th Sep 2013
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I'm 58 and have just recently completed my PADI open water diving certification, Taking Krav Maga (Israeli self defense) and have done the first grade.

I am a regular and current skydiver here in the U.K.
And about 5 years ago I decided to follow my Dreams and become a professional Actor.

Mid-life Crisis … I Don’t Think So!
14th Jul 2012
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