New Horizons

Explore the continuation of your life journey and transition to retirement in a positive, meaningful way.

Transitioning from your work life into the next phase of life should be a time to celebrate your accomplishments and life experiences, however it’s not uncommon for people to experience a range of fears and anxieties about this stage of life:

  • loss of identity and purpose
  • social isolation
  • decline in health and mobility
  • boredom and lack of stimulation
  • running out of money to do what they want
  • fear of the unknown.

Quite often our career is a large part of our identity, and without it, we wonder who we will be.

It’s important to recognises that these fears are common and normal, and there are many strategies you can enlist to help you address them and find fulfilment in retirement. 

Retirement doesn’t have to be the end of your journey – it can be the beginning of a new and fulfilling chapter in your life.

Imagine waking up each day feeling energised and excited about the opportunities ahead, and what you can create in your life!

You Don't Have To Do It Alone, The

New Horizons Program

is designed to help you transition into retirement and find meaning and purpose in your post-career life. It will give you the guidance and support you need to thrive in life.

Here's some of the areas your Program will cover:

Exploring Interests & Passions

Retirement is a great time to pursue hobbies and interests that may have been on hold during your career. This program helps you identify your passions and explore ways to incorporate them into your daily life.

Life Planning

 If we don’t know where we’re going, how are we going to get there? Retirement  can be an opportunity to reflect on your life purpose, goals and priorities and help you make plans for your post-career life. Plus, wake-up each morning with a routine that will get you jumping out of bed.

Social Connections & Relationships

Retirement can be a time of social transition as well, as relationships with colleagues and our networks may change. It’s important to maintain social connections and we’ll look at tips for staying connected with family and friends and developing new networks.

Learning & Personal Growth

Life is a journey to grow and expand, and retirement doesn’t have to mean the end of our opportunity to learn and grow. We’ll identify new opportunities for intellectual stimulation.

Volunteering & Building Community

Many retirees find a sense of fulfilment in giving back to their community, but how do you know which areas you want to invest your time and energy in, that will give you that sense of meaning and purpose? I’ll show you how. (and develop a CV for volunteer work)

Health & Wellness

When we’re doing what we love, it has a positive flow on effect to our overall wellbeing. We will discover how to optimise your wellbeing while also looking at strategies to keep you energised for life.


Don’t feel that you have to ‘stick it out’ if you’re in a job you’re not enjoying and are only 2-5 years from retirement. We can explore how you can transition your career for the last phase of your career, so that it gives you more enjoyment.

  • Develop strategies to phase into retirement so you don’t wake up the next morning and think “what now?”.