Weighs in on Lil’ Wayne’s Retirement Plans

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After hearing Lil’ Wayne address his hopes for retirement on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, finance and economic magazine for seniors urged its readers not to wait until retirement to pursue the activities and things that are truly important in one’s life.

The things that are important need to be incorporated into one’s life now.

Today finance and economic magazine for seniors released their take on a recent interview between Jimmy Kimmel and rapper Lil’ Wayne.

In his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Dwayne Michael Carter, more commonly referred to by his stage name Lil’ Wayne, confessed to Kimmel about his hopes to retire after his second-to-next album “Tha Carter 5.” Wayne stated that he is looking forward to retirement so that he can do the things he can’t do now, such as spend quality time with his children. recognizes how difficult it must be to divide one’s time between recording, touring, and spending sufficient time with family. With Wayne’s plight in mind, strongly urged readers to embrace the things that are truly important now, instead of putting them off until retirement. is quoted as saying, “If it’s a dream of yours to backpack the Grand Canyon, why wait? Tomorrow is never a guarantee, and if you’ve got your health and your youth now, go for it. If you wish you could spend more quality time with family, and keep telling yourself it’ll happen when you retire, you’ll miss the ages that they are right now. Carve time out of your busy schedule, because if you wait for a hole you might never find one. If you’ve always wanted to take up yoga, and are excited for retirement so you can take daily yoga classes, start now! Maybe as a busy Texas elementary school teacher, California mortgage broker, New York life insurance agent, or famous Louisiana rapper you can’t do it every day, but shoot for once or twice a week. Retirement is meant to be a time for people to enjoy the relaxation they’ve earned after years of hard work, a time to jump more fully into hobbies. But it shouldn’t be the phase in one’s life where their life begins. The things that are important need to be incorporated into one’s life now.”

In his interview with Kimmel when asked what he would do when he retires, Wayne replied, “Everything that I’ve never had a chance to do… regular stuff.” acknowledges that many times celebrities are prevented due to their fame from enjoying day-to-day and routine acts such as simple walks down the street, and encouraged readers to all the more enjoy the little things in life and carve out time for what matters instead of pushing it all to retirement.

About is a finance and economic online magazine for seniors, retirees, and soon-to-be retirees. Articles span topics such as investing, motor homes, saving for retirement, and how to live out one’s golden years to the fullest.

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