Stay connected with the extended family and friends if children aren't immediately available to give you company.
If you like to connect with people and have some social media expertise, you may use it to stay active and earn.
If reading and learning is what you like, join a book club online or in your city to pass the time and feed your hungry mind.
Gardening is good for mental and physical health and can help fight boredom. So, grow a kitchen or flower garden to stay active.
Watching movies and TV shows is the perfect way to kill boredom and loneliness, so watch them if you haven't had the time earlier.
Seniors may want people to hear about their life journey. Writing a memoir could be an option to stay connected and mentally fit.
Travel to places you wanted to visit but didn't get time during your working years if you have saved enough to cover the expenses.
After retirement, you may have plenty of time to learn to play an instrument like a bass or piano.
Compiled by Avijit Gupta