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How to Make New Friends in an Active Adult Community

Meeting new people and forming new friendships can be a great experience for some 55+ seniors. Others feel nervous about this aspect most of the time. Moving to a retirement community is an excellent way to make new friends, especially as they share the same interests as you.

Home Decorating Tips for Seniors

Decorating your home, whether it is in an active adult community or an assisted living facility can be interesting and fun. You would be having many artifacts and mementos and collectibles that have seen for many years. These things are precious and you just can’t throw them away. Here are a few ideas on how you can keep your precious items while keeping your home pretty and simple.

What Makes an Active Lifestyle Community?

What a 55+, or age-targeted community is not, is a retirement facility. In fact, most of the people who buy homes in these communities are far from retiring, yet find the lifestyle, and amenities the perfect fit for their active lives. Basically, you get to pick your flavor whether you’re a serious golf enthusiast, a nature lover, or a gym rat. These communities are scattered throughout the country with a variety of geographic locations from urban to rural. Some provide lavish resort-style amenities, and others are simpler offering only exterior home maintenance. Age-targeted or age-restricted, active lifestyle communities are made for today’s on-the-go boomers, and empty nesters wanting less maintenance and a peer community atmosphere.

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

Understanding Reverse Mortgage and its Suitability

If you are considering buying a home, a reverse mortgage may sound like an attractive option. It will help with your finances without you having to pay taxes. Getting a reverse mortgage does have its pros and cons. However, this move may be worth a deeper look to some of you irrespective of this factor.

10 Sunny Places for 55+Active Adults to Retire in 2021

Are you tired of the cold, sick of having to bundle yourself up with scarves, hats, coats, and boots every time you go outside?  Isn’t it time you considered a move to a warmer, sunnier clime?  Active adults don’t like being cooped up indoors, they want to be out enjoying life.  So, here are the ten sunniest places to consider for retirement:

Yuma, Arizona – Yuma is the sunniest city in the US with very little precipitation and humidity coupled with 320 sunny days a year makes Yuma, Arizona an ideal choice for retirement. You may also considers other places in Arizona, there are over 120 active adult communities to choose from in this beautiful state.  Some popular active adult retirement communities in Arizona are The Encanterra Country Club by Shea Homes in San Tan Valley and Solera Chandler by Del Webb in Chandler.

How does Eating Healthy affect your Looks

How Does Eating Healthy Affect Your Looks

A healthy diet, as we know is vital for our well-being. All the minerals and vitamins that can be found in a healthy diet provide us with the energy and vitality to go about our daily lives. Eating healthy is also good for our health as it protects us from all those diseases that can be fatal. A healthy diet prevents diabetes, heart attack, and stroke, and even cancer. Basically, a healthy life improves the quality of life. But did you know that eating healthy also affects how you look?

Did you know that eating the wrong foods will affect your outer appearance too? While many of you may spend a lot of effort and money on various cosmetics and beauty care treatments, little attention is given to eating healthy foods, especially after your 55+ years. This is probably because most of us do not realize that certain things that we eat or do not eat affect the way we look. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which our diet affects our looks and how it can help up lead an active retirement.

Pros and Cons of 55+ Communities that Offer Condominium Living

Pros and Cons of 55+ Communities that Offer Condominium Living

Many retirees prefer apartment-style living to that of single-family living. This is the reason they look for 55+ communities that offer condominium living. What are condominiums? Condominiums or condos are individually owned apartments in a building. They provide seniors low-maintenance, single-level living in prime locations. However, condo-living comes with its very own advantages and disadvantages. So, if you wish to spend your retirement in a condo, you need to weigh its pros and cons.

Tips for Choosing the Perfect Retirement Destination

Are you looking for the perfect retirement destination? If so, you should know it’s not that easy. The decision can be even more difficult if you are doing it for the first time and are reluctant about leaving your old home. But, with the right planning, you will be able to find a home, in your ideal retirement destination you will love just as much.