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20 April, 2016

40 Things to Do in Wolfeboro

Just one visit to Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and you’ll understand why many make this charming resort community their home.

Known as the “Oldest Summer Resort in America,” Wolfeboro offers the perfect blend of outdoor recreation and cultural activities. Set on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, this charming New England town offers abundant outdoor pursuits for the active senior adult.

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13 April, 2016

Maintaining Control of Your Life

Choosing a senior living community is one of the biggest choices in your life. With many housing options and various levels of services and care, you want the right fit for you. You want to feel comfortable, secure and independent to live life the way you want -- that’s what retirement is all about, right?

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6 April, 2016

Rightsizing Your Home

Are you ready to downsize your home? Or as many like to call it - rightsizing your home!

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23 March, 2016

5 Social Clubs You Should Join Today!

If you're not heading to an office or getting out and about each day as you once were, you may be missing out on important social interaction that can help you stay sharp, healthy and even boost your immune system.

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16 March, 2016

Economic Benefits with a Retirement Co-op

As you select a retirement community to call home, one of the many criteria you likely will be evaluating will include costs and managing your finances into the future.
A cooperative retirement community, known as a co-op, allows you to build equity in the investment you make into your retirement home. When you join the co-op, you begin earning equity on your home as it appreciates and you become a shareholder in the community’s corporation.

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2 March, 2016

10 Tips to Reduce Everyday Stress

Stress can affect us at any age. Whether a new obstacle in life, a health concern, a difficult choice or juggling many situations at once, stress can tax the body both emotionally and physically.

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25 February, 2016

8 Tips on Becoming a Volunteer

Even if you’ve never volunteered before, it’s never too late to become a volunteer. There are many benefits and worthwhile reasons to volunteer.

Perhaps the biggest benefit most get from volunteering is the pride and satisfaction of adding service into their lives and making a difference in someone else’s life. Along with the intangible benefits, those who volunteer are typically sharing their talents to help solve problems, strengthen communities, connect to others and improve someone else’s lifestyle.

Ready to get started? Check out these 8 Tips on Becoming a Volunteer from the Corporation for National and Community Service.

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17 February, 2016

5 Classes to Take to Stay Active

As Old Man Winter slowly wraps up the season, you may be itching to get outside and get moving. You long for a walk in the warm sunshine as you know it’s good for the heart and good for the soul.

But don’t let the winter blues set in just yet. There are many ways you can stay active during the final days of winter to keep your body, mind and spirit in shape and ready for spring. The cold days of winter are the perfect time to check out indoor classes.

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10 February, 2016

Staying Intimate as You Age

The desire for intimacy is timeless. While intimacy changes throughout the years, the desire for deep relationships and expressing feelings through love remains.

Studies confirm that intimacy can remain strong throughout your entire life and is healthy for you both mentally and physically. But oftentimes, couples feel insecure or worry about love later in life and may even avoid it.

With a better understanding and an open mind, you can continue to enjoy a physically and emotionally fulfilling relationship.

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3 February, 2016

What Gratitude Can Do For You

The modern holiday season is filled with hustle and bustle that can take its toll on just about anyone. Going nonstop for a week straight can add stress to your life you haven’t seen all year, still there’s something magical about the season.

For many of us it is difficult to harness gratitude after the holiday season passes us by. Although we know it’s important, we sometimes struggle to maintain that thankfulness throughout the year. But we should and here is why: Gratitude has proven health benefits.

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