Seventy-five million people are at or approaching retirement age from the "Baby Boom" generation. Yet many will retire unsuccessfully at age 57 and end up going back to work. Why "unsuccessfully"? Because whatever planning Baby Boomers have done for their retirement tends to be financial only - and many come up wanting even in that regard. This comprehensive workbook is designed to help people plan the nonfinancial aspects of their retirement lifestyle. Among the topics covered are changes to relationships and identity in retirement, the Authentic Retirement (tm) model of retirement planning, balancing leisure with other activities, travel, relocating, flexible work options, and 24 worksheets that will help the retiree design a lifestyle just right for him/her.