28 Donald Walter Drive
Take a look around the cottage at 28 Donald Walter Drive. Can you see yourself living here?
It can be difficult to keep on top of all the different tax deductions out there, especially tax breaks for seniors. However, taking advantage of the tax benefits that favor seniors and retirees is definitely worth the extra effort.
Pets have become a very important staple in our lives. We’ve seen the studies, pets not only improve our physical health but our emotional health as well.
Naturally, when we decide to downsize and move elsewhere, our pets will be coming along on this new adventure! Of course, this raises many questions on how to move with our pet as smoothly as possible.
Ah, Christmas, the perfect time for cookies, candy canes, hot chocolate … and salad?
It might not be the first thing you think of when you think about holiday dining, but a nice holiday salad can really pull a meal together. Especially if it’s Chef Tim Kennedy-Morales’s delicious and zesty Composed Carrot Orange Salad.
The twinkling lights decorating Sugar Hill Retirement Community reflect off the fallen snow. Inside, all is warm, bright and joyous. Christmas trees decorate almost every room, lights glimmer in the Sugarhouse dining room, and a miniature train surrounds the tree in the library.
With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to get cracking on our to-do lists. One of the bigger items? Holiday shopping.
With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, who would think about starting to downsize? Surely not you!
But perhaps you should. The benefits of downsizing are many and varied, and the holidays are a surprisingly good time to tackle the task.
Buying a home in your 20s was an exciting time. Who cared that the upstairs needed rewiring and the porch was on a slight tilt? You were a homeowner!
But as you reach retirement and start looking to buy a house for your new lifestyle, the process is obviously different. When it comes to buying a home at 65 versus buying one in your 20s, you’ll be taking a whole new list of concerns into account before you make your decision.
We all know walking is one of the safest, healthiest exercises we can do.
Walking is low-impact and plays a significant role in maintaining mobility, especially among older adults. It also helps prevent health risks, such as high blood pressure and loss of muscle and bone mass, that come with a sedentary lifestyle. Research indicates it may improve thinking skills and actively prevent cognitive loss. There’s even evidence walking may prevent depression.