When you’re in Wolfeboro, there’s always something to look forward to. In such a quaint resort town, there’s always something to do, something to see, or something to explore. If you’re new to town, chances are you haven’t even begun to see it all—but you’re expecting visitors! Kids and grandkids—what do you do to spend some quality time with them? Where do you go to keep them entertained?
Finding the Right Home for You
Your house is…well, it may not be what it used to be, right? Maybe you don’t need as much space as you once did, or perhaps things have just gotten outdated. Your old friends and neighbors may have moved away, and the social circle in your area is all but depleted.
12 Tips to Live Your Best Life
The secret to happiness and living your best life is not complicated, but it is something we should all make a priority every day. No matter your age or your place in life, there are simple steps you can take to help embrace and live life to the fullest.
We sat down and spoke with our Executive Director, Chris Coulter, to find out what his tips were for living a happy and fulfilled life. He gave us these 12 great tips -- Check them out below!
Personal Trainer Dawn Gives Tips for Active Aging
Dawn Heinrich, our fitness instructor at Sugar Hill Retirement Community, is dedicated to helping people --like you-- achieve their fitness goals. Along with leading classes at Sugar Hill, she is a physical therapist assistant at Huggins Hospital and a personal trainer.
Tips for Moving into a Retirement Community
When moving into a retirement community, or even just a new place in general, you may find yourself in a stressful situation.
Maple Syrup Fun Facts
How many gallons of maple syrup are produced in New Hampshire each year?
5 Stops to Make in Wolfeboro
Al Stevens, a transportation driver at Sugar Hill, knows some of the best spots to stop in Wolfeboro.
The Privacy and Social Benefits of Independent Living - The Best of Both Worlds
A recent Bloomberg article, “Tiny Houses Big With U.S. Owners Seeking Economic Freedom,” highlights the trend to purchase smaller homes and downsize living space in the United States. The trend is gaining momentum across the nation because it minimizes expenses, maintains privacy, and maximizes financial and personal freedom. Downsizing to a smaller living space is especially appealing for seniors, who want a comfortable home without all the housework.
Aging: What to Expect of Your Body
Your body changes as you age, and so do your health needs. Aging affects human physiology, including your cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and digestive systems as well as your memory, cognitive function and urinary tract. Your health care needs change in response to these physiological effects of aging.