To a slightly dyslexic person like me, the words "man cave" can be mistaken for "cave man," but whoever coined the phrase "man cave" probably had prehistoric creatures in mind anyway. Read More
Both men and women need their own space. Woman Cave?
As for what to do after retirement, I would go insane if I didn't have my interests. I think it's very important to keep the mind active. Even responding to you and reading other viewpoints is part of that.
I agree that everyone -- male or female -- needs his or her own space, to some degree. In the old days, the lady's sewing room might pass for a Woman Cave. (But who has a sewing room these days?)
Keeping the mind active is just as important as being physically active, in my opinion. If I couldn't write something, whether it be books, plays, blogs, or even crossword puzzles, it would be very frustrating. But I also read a lot.
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E. E. Smith is a playwright and book author. Her new series of murder mysteries debuted in 2013. The first is titled Death by Misadventure.
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