Me, i used to be a process tech/supervisor in plastics. The plants all moved away, so i moved south next to my folks (low 80's, cancer/stroke survivors, hip/knee replacements, diabetes and arthritis) to help them out since i needed to start over again anyway. I got a job in an injection molding facility, learning maintenance. Now, my old boss is the plant manager and i am managing the maint. dept. myself. It fun to learn a new skill, but I'm on 24/7 call, and am still learning so I'm constantly faced with new and unusual problems. I volunteer (when I can) at the Seacrest Wolf Preserve. Florida is hot for wolves, but they make do. They have a number of critters and several wolf packs of different species, which you can mingle and interact with. If you live south, check it out on line- it is a neat place to visit. I rent a cottage or small house on an animal rescue. They have around 15 cats maybe, and maybe up tp 30 dogs, which need to be walked twice a day, watered, fed, socialized. They adopt them out when they can, or foster. There is always something else to do. So- what do YOU do?