I hope not.
One of my plans for after June 25 is to explore teaching English as a second language. Yesterday I found an online course - 120 hours with an option to practice teaching. I think I might want to volunteer when we're traveling - maybe even when we're home - and I think the course will help me decide whether that's really the case.
This online program I found is 30 percent off if I sign up by March 31, and I have six months to complete the course. I'm tempted by the price, but not by the timing. See, between now and my last day of work I'm practicing doing less on the weekends. If I start this class now that won't happen. If I buy the class now and wait three months until I actually start the coursework, I'll have to get the 120 hours done in three months rather than six. That won't work, either, with the trips we've scheduled for the summer.
I want to have enough to do in the first few months so I don't have time to be the headless chicken. Then, when I emerge from my multiple activities in about October, I'll have been not working for four months and I'll already be used to it.
I want to get a running start on retirement!