Your golden years are the years after retirement age.
For example if you retire at age 65 years old then your golden years begin at age 65 years old and beyond.
However not everyone's retirement are golden years and for some people the persons health and energy as well as quality of life begins to go downhill.
That is especially true if you don't take care of yourself, eat healthy and stay active and exercise.
I've known some people in their 60's that were worse off in health than someone in their 80's and who have stayed active.
There's also a golden birthday that would be a birthday year where you turn the age that corresponds to the day of the month of your birthday.
An example of the golden birthday would be, if your birthday is 23 May, then your golden birthday is when you turn 23.
If your child's birthday is on 4 June, then their golden birthday is when they turn 4 years old.
A “gold birthday” or “golden birthday” is the year you turn the same age as your birthday for example, turning 25 on the 25th.
The concept of a lucky birthday caught on with her friends and family, and it spread across the world.