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What will you do the day you become an empty nester?
17% Clean the house and enjoy it staying clean for more than 30 minutes!
8% Join an empty-nester support group.
0% Volunteer to help homeschool my friend's 3 younger kids.
75% Enjoy some "me" time: travel with my spouse, pursue hobbies, continue my education, take a bubble bath . . .
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I think becoming an empty-nester is more of a process, so by the time it is complete, I expect to have filled in the extra time with hobbies or other opportunities.
Well.... we are empty nesters, but not for long! Mike's elderly mother lives with us now which is a whole other story. How I wish there was more training/preparation for these days! We did start a ministry sharing English training materials we developed with ministers all over the world.
It will be the time I truly find me. After having kids at a young age, going from my moms house straight to our own house with babies it will be nice to find me and truly date my husband.