“Act your age!” How many times did we hear this while we were growing up? Our parents were trying to impress upon us the importance of maturity and appropriateness, and while this theory was well intended, in actuality, “Acting your age” was not something any of us wanted to embrace. We had fun skating, riding a bike, or teasing our siblings, and we liked having fun. So who says that retirement needs to be an exercise in remembering what was fun? Have a cocktail party, attend a lecture on the internet, take a mini vacation to Door County or go out to dinner with friends. You never did act your age… why start now?