"The middle-aged men and women who took early retirement are novaturient people."
I like this new word because it uniquely describes so many people -- all seeking a change in their lives, behaviors or situations.
Novaturient is of Latin origin. Nova means new; turire means "the desire to or desire for." Thus, novaturient is a great new adjective that means the desire for something new.
No doubt, I will use it often to describe myself.
"I am a publishing entrepreneur who has been self-employed for 30 years. I've done a lot of this and a lot of that. Still, I am a fickle, novaturient woman."
Yep, that's me!