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Get writing to keep your brain active

by: Garry Pierrepont (19 July 2017)

The government has announced that the state pension age will increase to 68 earlier than previously announced, now being brought in between 2037 and 2039. It affects people currently aged between 39 and 47.

In anticipation of this, we at WriteItCearly.com encourage you to read more to keep your brain in good condition.

Indeed, if you haven't already, why not try your hand at writing? Don't know what to write about? Why not keep a diary – just a few lines every day? This will keep you thinking, help your memory and will also be a useful record of your life for future generations.

Don't worry about it being mundane – most of life is – but life will be very different in, for example, a hundred years, and your descendants will be very interested in how you lived your life – and what you thought about the pension age being increased to 68 sooner than expected! (By then the pension age will probably be around 75, so they'll look back with envy!)

Get writing!

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Ref: 262 I am one of those affected. Maybe I will start writing a diary - any excuse for a new notebook!
Anne - 15:49 19-07-2017

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