Far too often, when we make the decision to move to a new home, we discount the effects of nature. The number of bathrooms or the type of kitchen appliances or flooring always seem to be more important factors when selecting a residence.
Sugar Hill—A Pet-Friendly Community
No matter what your age, one of the first things pet owners think about when traveling, moving, or enjoying themselves is their pets.
Will my pet be safe here?
Will my pet be happy here?
Sugar Hill Cottages — a Perfect Fit for Retirement
A recent study shows that more than 60% of U.S. retirees have moved or plan to move after their retirement. The question for most is not so much whether to move as where to move.
Of course, factors such as proximity to family supercede anything else, but almost as important is your new home. Before selecting a new home, ask yourself what your priorities are.
6 Advantages of Apartment Living after Retirement
More than 60% of U.S. retirees have moved or plan to move after their retirement, according to a recent study. The question for most is not so much whether to move as where to move.
Retirement Living - What Do You Want in a Home?
Making the decision to move can grow weighty as you get older. Your current residence has all sorts of memories and, quite frankly, so much junk you shy away from sorting it.
6 Summer Must-Stop Shops in Wolfeboro, NH
Aah…summer in Wolfeboro, NH. When the population swells from 6,000 to 30,000. When none of us mind the crush of vehicles on Main Street because we are really in no hurry.
You Know You're From Wolfeboro When...
Most of us can’t think of a better place to live than Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Living in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire in America’s oldest summer resort is downright idyllic.
How to Make (and Keep) Friends at Any Age
One of the questions people ask most, either before or after they tour Sugar Hill Retirement Community, is: How do I make friends?
What Kind of Pet Should You Get?
We all know the benefits of owning a pet. They include:
- lower blood pressure
- fewer doctor visits
- reduced risk of depression
- decreased loneliness
- increased activity
- better self-care
- greater mental acuity
- reduced stress
Research shows that that most of these benefits hold true whether you have a dog, cat, fish or even a snake or tarantula.