Blogging As a Retirement Plan

The average American only has $6,000 in retirement savings.

I just made up that number. I actually have no idea. It seems low, but bear with me.

Times are tough for the baby boomer generation, and they’re all about to retire and something something break the economy something Social Security. Basically, we’re all fucked.

But there’s a solution and it’s pretty important.

You already know you can quit your job and become a blogger. You just pick something to blog about and start typing, and the rest takes care of itself. Pretty much.

But what if you don’t have a job anymore because you’re retired? Or what if you want to retire, but you did some math and that six grand isn’t going to last you very long? You need another option.

Guess what it is.

Yep. It’s to start a blog about blogging in retirement. You could call it Boomer Blogging or something like that. The best part is that you’ll have a huge (and desperate) audience (this is really important). And, you’ll never run out of content. Here are some topic ideas:

  • You could write about how to stretch $6,000 by moving in with your kids.
  • If you don’t have kids, you could write about how to adopt wealthy adult children.
  • You could write about how to dramatically increase the default font size on your Microsoft Surface tablet.
  • Soup recipes.
  • The possibilities are endless, really.

Anyway, this is a pretty amazing idea and you should get on it now.

“Blogging is the future of retirement planning.” – unattributed


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