Are you ready to make the most of your retirement? At Sugar Hill, you can expect stress-free living with all-inclusive fees that cover exterior and interior maintenance, fine dining, and so much more. But have you ever wondered what life inside one of our gorgeous homes looks like? Take a look:
7 Great Exercises for Seniors to Beat the Winter Blues
Exercise can help treat depression and is particularly beneficial during the winter months when short, cold days start dragging down our moods. Below, discover 7 easy exercises that are perfect for older adults trying to stay active this winter—and why exercise is so beneficial.
How to Help Your Parent Downsize
Is your parent thinking about moving to a retirement community? Even if the move is years down the road, it’s best to start downsizing sooner rather than later.
The 7 Easiest Houseplants for Your Indoor Space
There are plenty of ways to decorate a space after downsizing to make it warm and appealing. If you're looking for fresh new ways to decorate a room, give plants a try. Here's a list of seven easy houseplants that are almost impossible to kill!
How to Get the Most Out of a Smaller Space
Many older adults plan to move to a smaller space in retirement. It makes sense—we find ourselves thinking that we don’t need multiple bedrooms, thousands of square feet, and the upkeep that comes with a large house anymore.
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8 Practical Reasons Why You Should Start Downsizing Now
When’s the right time to start downsizing?
It truly depends on your wants and needs, but we do have some advice to offer when it comes to deciding when is the right time for you.
Is It Safe for Mom to Invest in a Retirement Co-op?
When it comes to choosing a retirement cooperative (also known as a retirement co-op), there are a lot of factors to take into account: the culture, the location, the amenities, and so on.
How To Avoid Accidents On The Water This Summer
As the weather warms, water safety is of paramount importance.
With temperatures rising and the sun shining bright, we’ll all be taking a dip to cool off before we know it. However, water can be as dangerous as it is fun and relaxing, and unfortunately, accidents happen all too often.