I love traveling, you wouldn’t have to convince me to get out there and explore. And what better time than when you no longer have to dread the end of your vacation to go back to your job. According to today’s article, travel during retirement may lead to a health retirement. Here’s one reason, “you can go on an educational vacation through an organization like Road Scholar, or attend a cultural week at a place like the Chautauqua Institution. But no matter where you travel, you will be meeting new people, steering through unfamiliar places and trying out different things – all activities that stimulate and challenge the brain, which in turn promotes good cognitive function. Travelers who search out different environments are exposed to unfamiliar cultures, which stretches their imaginations and forces them to puzzle out new problems.” To read more, CLICK HERE.