Living Free, Living Well:
My Life as a Zen Bon Vivant
How I retired at 58:
A Guide and Memoir
The book coming soon on Amazon!!
Retired at fifty-eight and living the good life as a Bon Vivant with a relaxed Zen attitude—is this possible?
Yes, as Dr. Ranjan Mukherjee details here in Living Free, Living Well: My Life as a Zen Bon Vivant. You will be amazed by his life story, with how little he started off and how he planned, worked, saved, and invested for retirement. He was laid off at fifty-eight. After that, he transitioned into a happy, comfortable retirement and is enjoying it thoroughly.
Part One of the book explains Dr. Mukherjee’s philosophies on finance, education, family, and health―all crucial to his planning and enjoying retirement. He offers up a simple, straightforward roadmap for anyone to follow.
What sets this book apart from other retirement planning guides is Part Two, an autobiographical sketch of Dr. Mukherjee’s life on three continents and how those experiences made him the Zen-minded, multicultural person he is today. You will read about his childhood in India, heart-stopping jungle adventures, graduate school and professional life in the US pharmaceutical industry, his gastronomic postdoctoral sojourn in France, and his eye-opening trips to China. He skillfully weaves these two parts together to explain his reasoning behind each life decision. These pithy, insightful anecdotes are a delight to read.
Living Free, Living Well: My Life as a Zen Bon Vivant is a must-read for those who want to plan for retirement but don’t know where to start or are afraid to take the plunge. This is also for those interested in life in different countries: India, the US, France, and China.
Read on. You may soon be enjoying the stress-free, contented life of a Zen Bon Vivant.