When I retired at the end of 2017 I really wasn’t sure what I was going to do to keep myself occupied during the coming days but I was considering doing some voluntary work a few days a week.
As the British summer approached and the days became longer, the ambient temperatures began to increase and I came to the realisation that wearing clothes at home was really not necessary. I soon discovered that the early morning temperatures were high enough to make clothing unnecessary and as my wife is also a naturist I simply didn’t bother to get dressed during the day unless I had to go out into public spaces. After my morning coffee I’d slip on a tracksuit and take our dog out for his morning walk along the pathway alongside the fields near our house. Upon our return the tracksuit would come off for the remainder of the day until we went out for our evening walk at about 8pm. I have been clothed free for the most part of every day from the middle of June, right through the summer into August. I have spent so much time naked that it now feels awkward and uncomfortable to wear clothes even for a short time while going shopping or doing volunteer work. There have been a number of times when I have almost walked out of the front door without clothes on but fortunately it hasn’t actually happened yet. This year it has been a long naked summer which has been just perfect for me. Autumn and winter are now approaching therefore warm clothing will become increasingly essential wear day and night although when the central heating is on at night I might get a few naked nights.