So you've retired. Now what? No more getting up with an alarm clock, no more committee meetings, and no more eating lunch at your desk. It's time to restructure your time as you enter this new phase of your life. Now you can do what you want, when you want, and with whom you want. So while this might be the moment to spend more time with family and travel to far-away places, it's also a good time to connect with other Clayton State retirees. And that's why the CSRA exists: to give retirees the impetus and means for staying in contact with former colleagues. The mission of CSRA is to represent the interests and welfare of retirees and help retirees continue living friend-filled lives. As The Last Lecture author Randy Pausch said, "When we're connected to others, we become better people."