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What are 55+ Communities?

We have all heard of people who retire to 55+ communities, about all the fun they have playing tennis and lazing around the pool and how much they enjoy their independent lives of relaxation. But, what exactly are 55+ communities, and how do active adults select the right community?

Health Tips for Seniors: How to Strengthen Aging Muscles

One of the greatest concerns associated with aging is the loss of muscle strength and tone. As we age, it becomes harder to keep our muscles healthy. These muscles get smaller and lose their density, decreasing the strength in our muscles and increasing the likelihood of fracture if we fall. What we must realize is that we can still strengthen our muscles and stay fit if we take a few minutes every day to do some muscle-strengthening exercises. A healthy diet in conjunction is a must as well.

Golfing for Seniors is Excellent for Health and Fun

Golf is a popular pastime for many active seniors. This is a sport commonly associated with retirement. How often would you have heard someone say “when I retire, I’m going to learn how to play golf”? How often have you considered it? Well, your time is here. Now, you have time to do what you have always wished to be doing. Let’s play golf and enjoy the putting green, the fresh air, the companionship of your golf buddy and of course the mild but significant exercise your body will get from this sport.

Choosing the Perfect Retirement Home

Choosing the Perfect Retirement Home

Making the Decision of Attached or Detached Retirement Homes

Active adults in the midst of downsizing and considering a move to a retirement home have the choice of attached or detached homes. This can be a bit of a challenging decision as there are various pros and cons to attached and detached homes. If you are in a bind trying to figure out which type of home to move into, here are a few advantages and disadvantages of both types of homes.

Mental Exercises to Keep Your Mind From Aging

Mental Exercises to Keep Your Mind From Aging

The days of having a mind as sharp as a tack are falling behind you. Those days you could remember all your friends’ phone numbers easily. Now you can barely remember your own phone number let alone the entire list of contacts. How often do you have to go through your phone book to look up a number you could have dialed in your sleep? How often do you miss your children’s or friends’ birthdays and find yourself buying belated birthday cards? A little bit of forgetfulness does not mean you are on the fast track to Alzheimer’s. It is nature’s way of reminding you that, sadly, yes, you are aging. But wait. Before you start feeling sorry for yourself, think about what you can do to prevent further memory lapses.

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Questions for Active Adults Considering Snowbird Rentals

If you are looking for snowbird rentals this late in the season, you may have to work hard at it. Do not despair! If you are very, very lucky, you just may find the perfect snowbird rental this year. So, we suggest you get on it now without wasting any time and also consider next year too.

Money Saving Tips for Seniors

6 Money Saving Tips for Active Seniors

Active Adult Living Made Better with Money Savvy Measures

The rising cost of living is not easy for most seniors.  You, as an active senior, maybe living on a fixed income and the rising utility bills, gas and food prices may be quite worrying.  This can be true even if you have planned well for retirement.  However, there are ways to stretch that income, if you follow some money-savvy practices. Here are a few methods that you can take into consideration to keep your finances stable and your mind free of worry.

Senior Travel Guide

Action Packed Senior Travel Guide

Far-Fetched Visits to the Four Corners of the World

Retirees have all the time in the world to consider things they never thought possible. They have time to garden, time to sit by the pool and chat with friends, time to take up new hobbies and basically have time to consider doing things they have always wanted to do but never got around to. One of the best things you can consider when you have time and money after retirement is travel. You can travel all over America and see your homeland or you can be a little more adventurous and stretch your sights to further horizons. Let’s take a look at some of the far-fetched best holiday destinations in the four corners of the world.