According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), aging-in-place is defined as “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or ability level.”
In 1980, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics declared March as National Nutrition Month, to enable people to re-focus on the “importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.”
Friendships don’t have to be of the lifelong variety to have a significant impact. Just as we can change jobs or relocate and make ourselves comfortable in a new environment, we can establish friendships over the course of our lives, and those friendships become valuable to our life experience.
Did you know that today, January 24 is “National Compliment Day?” That’s right: there’s a day set aside specifically to say something nice about everyone you come in contact with.
At Windsong, however, the Active Adults who purchase homes and embrace the carefree lifestyles and new friendships forged in each Windsong community, find opportunities each day of the year to offer compliments and accolades.
Moving to a new home provides the opportunity to “clean house” (literally – the whole house!), get rid of the things we don’t need (and perhaps forgot we even had) and organize those items we wish to keep so that they’ll be easier to access and use in the future.
Abundance is defined as “a very large quantity of something.” So, if a person chooses to live in an abundance of space, then a large home might just be the ticket. However, modern use of the word abundance has become more about quality of life, rather than quantity of stuff.