During the party Simón tries to persuade Laura to go and take a look at his friends cabin but she's too busy.
Later on she sees a mysterious masked boy and realizes that Simón has also disappeared.
But I refer to the things that go beyond the legal paperwork and saving money.
It’s no question that these matters are necessary and should be done long before anything else. What I want to talk about here is how to retire well; the community of people to cultivate, the person(s) who advocates for me and the place the best suits my preferences.
It’s important to build a long-term care and retirement plan early on, especially if you are single and don’t have children.
The deeper I go into my sixties, the more I have become aware of the need to thoroughly prepare.
The article, How to Plan Your Elderly Care if You Don’t Have Children or a Spouse, received numerous comments that stimulated deeper curiosity.
Many of them were from women, who like me, are single with no kids.
Great when combined with Beth’s book.” “I have friends in a distant city who have suggested sharing a home, but, I would be the one to carry the majority of the ‘financial load.’ I can’t do that because I don’t have money.” “Share your house and rent out rooms.” One of my other articles, written for the Huffington Post 50, “Who will care for us; the Aging, Childless, and Single,” received a lot of submissions as well: “Work to eliminate debt as quickly as possible.
“When my late husband was in the hospital, some years ago, I realized how important it was to have an advocate when you are ill and in the hospital, especially when you are old.
I don’t have one, so I hope I never find myself in that position.” “An avenue of care is girlfriends.
It’s more about the quality of life that being debt free affords you.
Fewer monthly bills to pay means more disposable income. But, at least, we won’t have a mortgage, credit card bills or car payments on top of that.” “The village movement can help, but, it takes a lot to get going. We had to make this decision for my mother and I was the one to communicate her wishes to the medical professionals.