Later Living covers topics surrounding the last third or so of life, when people are looking toward retirement, then in it, and then trying to figure out how they might make it their own. Later Living is about retirement, but not life at idle. It is a blog about perspective—about finding some truth and mystery in ordinary life.
Later Living shares stories, documents adventures, reports news and research, and offers advice. These offerings may take the form of posts, essays, interviews or original photo journals.
About Warren Flick
Warren is a husband, father, and retired forestry professor. He graduated from the New York State Ranger School in 1964, then earned a bachelor of science in forestry, a PhD in forestry economics, and a JD in law. He taught forest economics early in his career, then after going to law school in middle life, he returned to teaching and research but shifted his work to environmental law, taxation, and forest policy. He was a registered forester for most of his career, and is still a member of the Alabama Bar. Later Living will rely as much on his experience in retirement as on his backgrounds in forestry, economics and law.
All posts are written by Warren unless a different author is identified. Contact him at LaterLivingBlog at Gmail dot Com, and follow him on Twitter (@LaterLivingBlog).