Retired Baby Boomer Shares His Past and Predicts Your Future

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If you are one of the 77,000,000 Baby Boomers who have or will be retiring from your job in the future, welcome to the club. On that fateful morning of the first day of your retirement when you stare at your spouse across the kitchen table, will it be a cause for celebration or the start of a long prison sentence? Author Pat Paciello prepares you for the journey and makes sure that you have plenty of laughs along the way.

It seems like yesterday when we Baby Boomers were in college mapping out our futures and today we are closer to considering life changes than we are to moving up the corporate ladder. Nobody has really prepared us for this next phase of our lives. You did not learn about retirement planning in school and when you were young, you would have laughed at an individual attempting to give you guidance on the subject.

Now, in his new book "Has Anyone Seen My Reading Glasses? The Humorous and Slightly Informative Chronicles of a Retired Baby Boomer," Pat shares his experiences, advice and insights on a variety of subjects that matter to the Baby Boomer generation. He discusses serious topics, like long term care, and financial strategy; leisure time pursuits, including cruising and timesharing, and areas that have been ignored, such as a women’s perspective on retirement, and the unique relationship we share with our children and our parents.

Paciello has been interviewed by a number of newspapers across the country, was a guest on the Growing Bolder radio show (WFLA) and has been a speaker for various business and civic organizations. His mastery of the subject matter reflects his retirement from the business world at the age of 50. Only in America, can a man do nothing for six years, and emerge as an expert in a new field.

For media inquiries, interview requests and additional information, contact Pat directly at his email address. "Has Anyone Seen My Reading Glasses?" can be purchased at

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