When it comes close to retirement, many seniors find themselves contemplating what they are hoping to experience. Some desire a carefree lifestyle where they can spend their days relaxing, but others aspire to more. More and more seniors are looking for a community in which they will become involved and grow through new opportunities and experiences.Read More
It’s never too late to start living your best life. Whether you’re newly retired or have been for a while, the New Year can be the perfect time to redefine your retirement lifestyle to make it one that exudes activity and health. By adopting a more active lifestyle, you can change your retirement for the better.
Every January, countless people resolve to get healthier in the new year. Often, these resolutions come with intense exercise goals or diet restrictions – and unrealistic goals that inherently make such resolutions short-lived. If you’re looking to make 2019 a healthier year, we recommend adopting a strategy that will help you maintain your health (and motivation!) for months to come. Read More
The holidays can be a magical time of year, but they’re even more so when the grandkids are involved! Whether you get to spend every holiday with your grandchildren or wait your turn among family obligations, you want to make sure that every moment you spend with your grandkids this season is special. Read More
We all have an ideal lifestyle that we aspire to, and for many of us, retirement is the time we get to realize our lifestyle goals. Whether we imagine ourselves pursuing new horizons or simply enjoying the relaxing and entertaining pastimes we’ve always loved, we all have an idea of what it means to live well.
When it comes to senior health, experts in the field are quick to share best practices and advice on maintaining physical wellness, utilizing habits such as a good diet, exercise, balance and flexibility training and more. Occasionally, keeping an active social life is included in this list for its potential to get seniors moving and improving cognitive health. Although these benefits of social activity are great, socialization has so much more to offer aging adults. Read More