Living longer, healthier lives will require greater financial resources in retirement, something that many Americans already struggle to plan for adequately. (Photo: Shutterstock)

One indelible lesson of the pandemic has been how closely physical, emotional and financial health are related.

“If there is a silver lining in something as horrific as a pandemic, it’s that crisis can remove us from the routines we have been living in our lives that are so familiar and let us take a look from a different perspective,” said Laura Carstensen, Ph.D., founding director of the Stanford Center on Longevity. “There were multiple disruptions, and we are going to see if that makes it a perfect time to rewrite the script.”

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