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Top 3 Senior Homes Buidlers

Top 3 Retirement Community Home Builders

Choosing a Reliable Home Builder is a Priority When Looking to Buy a Retirement Home

If you are interested in retiring to an active adult community, you need to choose to best of the builders. This is to ensure that you have a comfortable home to live in, built-in compliance with all proper building standards. With a reliable builder, you do not have to worry about how strong your home is or whether the pipes will start leaking after a few years. Checking around on the net, among your friends, and also in the industry are some ways to find the best builders. If you are interested in locating homes built by top builders in the US, then browse in the ActiveAdultLiving.com web site for over 8,500 communities built by the most dependable of community builders. Here are 3 of the top builders that produce outstanding retirement communities for the 55+ age category. We will be featuring a series of posts that will bring you news on all the top builders in the industry, from whom you can purchase a home to live in perfect comfort.

A view of the skyline Austin, Texas at twilight

Focusing on Texas for Active Adult Communities

Many baby boomers are left wondering where to set up residence once their children move off to college.  With 50 States plus the District of Columbia to choose from, the choice can get very difficult.  How do you choose a place to plant your roots for an enjoyable and active life during your empty nester phase?  And, more to the point, where?  Various States in the US are suitable for many different tastes and lifestyles.  We’re delighted to be featuring one big and very exciting and entertaining State.  Texas!

Senior students are preparing for the classes

Considering Going Back to School?

Retirement is not only about moving to warmer climes and playing golf all day. It can also be a time for considering continuing your education. If you didn’t have time to get a degree, retirement promises to be the best time to pursue it. Many colleges and universities have made it easier for retirees to go back to school and obtain their degrees. Although it can be a bit intimidating, it is well worth it. Here are a few points to consider if you are considering going back to school.

Weight Loss Tips for Seniors

The 5.2 Diet – Can it Aid Weight Loss and Long Life?

Many active adults are concerned about weight gain and how it affects their health. There are a number of diets and exercise plans that can be considered for this problem. New and improved ways of ensuring weight loss and long and healthy lives are always being introduced for you to try. This means you have to give up the foods you like to eat and make significant changes to your lifestyle. However, if you are interested in living a long life and being fit and trim, yet don’t wish to change your lifestyle too much, you could try the 5.2 diet.

Gardening as a Stress Reliever for Active Adults

Tips for Active Adult Living at Its Best

Gardening as a Stress Reliever for Active Adults

Most people think retirement means no stress and no worries. How wrong they are! Just because you retire does not mean your life is stress-free. Although work-related worries and stress may disappear, there are other worries and stressors that occur in your life. For example, you may have an ill sibling or child. You may have financial worries. You may also have an illness that worries or bothers you constantly. Stress is a part of everyday living. However, it is how you handle the stress that matters.

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.

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.

Keeping Fit Beyond Middle Age

Life, as it approaches the 55+ mark, leads to giving up on various activities, including working full time.  While retirement is part and parcel to life, it is meant to give you more time for doing things you want to do but never had the free time for.  While you may be letting go of certain routines, you should never give up your fitness routine.  Hitting the 55+ mark means you may not any longer be vigorously training 2 hours a day!  Yet, you still need to exercise so that you stay fit and trim.  You may not have had time to exercise with your busy schedule before.  However, now that you have the time in your retired life, it is suggested that you to carve out some time for exercise so that you can live beyond your middle age keeping fit as a fiddle.