I can vouch for the effectiveness of these online tools in boosting my retirement income as I have used all of them myself. Many of the tools are entirely free or offer a trial period.
In some cases I have included a link to a YouTube explanatory video. YouTube is a useful tool in its own right, as you can find information on practically anything.
So here is my current top twenty…….
We have an extensive range of subjects on Pinterest. Here are some of the boards we have created along with an illustrative image. Just click on the image to see the complete Pinterest board on that subject.
Ornaments enhance any garden.
This board includes a skeleton riding a penny farthing to the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland!
We hope that you can find some ideas for your own garden.
Volunteering offers so many benefits, both for the people you help and for yourself.
Once you have retired it is so important to get involved in new activities and make new friends.
Hobbies play a vital role in filling the void left in your day. Many people will have been waiting years for this moment. They know exactly what they want to do…..make dresses for the grand children or may be build a radio controlled model plane. Many more people find themselves at a loose end.
Digital photographs enable us to take a huge number of high quality shots.
Nowadays many dog owners prefer to arrange for their dogs to be looked after in a person’s home rather than place them in kennels.
A long established organisation called PetStay, which has over 30 branches spread throughout the UK, will arrange for your dog to be looked after by a PetStay carer……