I’m Back!

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I am glad to be back after a brief hiatus. Preparation for the school year took a little time since my child was attending a new school. Shopping for school supplies and new uniforms was necessary. Therefore, had to place my interests on hold again. My child comes first!

Anyway, I’m still awaiting the copyright for my second children’s book so I can finally publish it. In addition, I will release my simple game app associated with the book at the same time. So far, I have released three apps and one children’s book this year. That’s not so bad for someone who has retired for nearly two years.

Now I’ll get back to podcasting about preparing for retirement when you begin your career. This coming week, I’ll be discussing IRAs. If you want to chime in to the podcast, you can message me on Anchor. You can find my podcast on most platforms now. Here’s the link to my podcast on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/tees-talk-time You can rate me there or give me a clap.

I hope you have been following your dreams while I was away. Remember, “life is what you make it.” So make your dreams come true.

Podcast to the Second Power

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Book promotions aside, the dust settles after a variety of ventures in that area. Finding a new niche wasn’t difficult at all. The podcasting bug has bitten me and I’m leveling up my game in that area. New mic, purchased! Second new mic, purchased! New content, researched! One voice message received and I’m elated. This new seat feels comfortable. Why don’t you come join me for the ride?

I entitle the podcast, “Tee’s Talk Time.” It’s available on many platforms for your listening pleasure. Discussion of day-to-day life and life after retirement can provide a wealth of information to listeners. Some broadcasts will be about preparing for retirement while working. Send questions, comments, and suggestions in a variety of ways. Direct messages to my social media, linking to the broadcasts via a link sent while I’m podcasting or signing in to leave a voice message on Anchor are all ways to keep the conversation going.

The children’s book has taken on a life of its own and is selling via networking, the word of mouth, and a book signing event. This frees up time for readying my next book, app building, and yes you guessed it podcasting. Wish me luck and come join the conversation.