Category Archives: Geoscopes

Focus on New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a State definitely worth a second look if you are now considering all of the possible States to start your new life at 55+.  Now that your kids have gone off on their own, you will find that a new chapter has dawned in your life.  With retirement, you will definitely feel the difference between an Empty Nesters way of life vs. what it used to be before.  This is why it will certainly be the right time to explore a new State and settle down in a place that will let you pursue now the things you love to do ….but never had the time to do before.  New Hampshire, also known as the “Granite State”, is located in the northeastern part of the United States.  Moving to New Hampshire could be an exhilarating and thrilling experience for you.  Let us tell you why.

Focus on Vermont

Considering moving to Vermont for your active retirement years?  Well, we think that is a fantastic choice!  This State in the New England region of the United States is a fantastic marriage of laid back relaxation and also a hub of excitement.  If you are interested in moving to Vermont during your retirement years, you are in for a treat.  You can enjoy a Continental Moist climate, various fauna, and flora and get involved in a host of activities that will keep your life full of fun and…

Statue and the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon, Baltimore, Maryland

Focus on Maryland

Are you tired of your hometown now that you are an empty nester?  Maybe it is time that you start a new chapter in life in a brand new setting.  Why not consider a move to a whole new state?  There are 50 to choose from plus the District of Columbia in the US and all have their own characteristics and features that make them unique.  When you think of different states, you may not consider giving much thought to Maryland.  After all, what is so special about the 9th smallest state that requires consideration when thinking of a new life?  Hey, stop right there, if you think so….  There are many great things about Maryland that may tip the scale when you decide, had you only known the good things in Marylanders’ lives.  So, we are dedicating this page to focus on the beautiful southern state of Maryland.

Illinois

Focus on Illinois

Are you considering a move to Illinois?  Then, you should have some basic information about the 5th most populated State in the US.  Before you make a decision on the State that you are relocating to, it is best that you delve into various considerations such as geography, economy, places of interests and anything else of use…  After all, relocation at the age of 55+ is not as easy to ‘up sticks’ as it may have been in your younger years.  It is more of a total uprooting, and hence, you must love the place you move into.  So, if you have been considering Illinois among few other shortlisted choices, here are some reasons why Illinois may prove to be the perfect move.

Boston, Massachusetts, USA skyline at fan pier

Focus on Massachusetts

Relocating to a new state can be hard.  This is even more challenging; if your familiarity levels of the State you are moving to is at a low level.  While what is unknown and awaiting can certainly add to the excitement, you still need to know as much as possible about the place you plan to relocate.  After all, you are shifting base – probably for good and need to be happy with the environment, climate and what you can do while you live there.  Many active seniors find themselves in a predicament when it comes to educating themselves about the state they plan to move to.  While friends and relatives may give you some info, we too thought of being helpful in this regard. So, if you are considering a move to Massachusetts, here are some useful insights to this awesome State.

skyline of downtown nashville, tennessee, usa.

Focus on Tennessee

When you think of Tennessee, it is sure to conjure the image of Elvis, the late King of Rock and Roll.  However, Tennessee offers so much more.  Tennessee is full of beauty, southern hospitality, a low cost of living, four seasons of weather and land that offers just about anything for everyone.  If you are considering moving to Tennessee in your retirement years, let us provide you a few more reasons to add more weight to your choice.

Focus on Maryland

Empty nesters who might consider a change have many options to consider, one of which might be to move to a new setting and start a new life. If you have never considered Maryland, here are some reasons why you might want to give it some thought. There are many great things about Maryland that may tip the scale for you. So, without wasting any time, let’s find out why the beautiful state of Maryland could be an excellent choice for your new adventure.

Focus on Florida

Retirement age can be the time to do new and different things.  Whatever you may have been wishing to do but haven’t ever gotten around to can now be taken up as your empty nester life sprawls ahead of you with nothing but lots of free time.  From interstate travel to globetrotting, or taking up a hobby such as gardening, fishing, etc., or just keeping fit with exercise, yoga or aerobics – there is a host of optional activities for you to engage in.

You may also decide that you have had enough of urban hustle and bustle and want a bit of sunshiny days.  Many 55+ retirees consider moving to warmer, sunnier climes, such as Florida, for just such reasons.  This may be a good move, especially if you suffer from arthritis or other joint diseases.  Warm weather, such as is found in Florida, can be a relief to your aching joints and the salty sea breeze will do wonders for those who are asthmatic.  This, however, should not be your only consideration for moving to the “Sunshine State”.  Why not find out what else is on offer in Florida?