The thermometer has reached or exceeded 90 degrees several times in the past week or so, which is normal for Georgia in July and August, but that doesn’t mean you need to be outside in the heat. Taking the proper precautions during summer heat is important to your health and well-being, and are easy to do.
One of the greatest pleasures Active Adults enjoy during summer is spending new-found leisure time pursuing outdoor activities, such as gardening, hiking, cycling, camping, and more.
As with any activity, maintaining health and safety begins with awareness, so we’re here to share information about how to deal with outdoor pests, including:
Listen, grandchildren, and you shall hear
Of the right-size quest that brought me here,
On this fortuitous day in Two Thousand Eighteen
Not too big, nor too small, but Just Right in between,
Is this home to which you live so near.
Ask any Active Adult what they dream for their future, and you’ll likely hear one of these answers:
Do you see the common theme in these answers? It’s “more TIME.”
Whether we’ve already retired, are looking forward to doing so in the near future, or anticipate a life change – such as changing careers, volunteering, or moving to a new city – one of the things we may not anticipate is the stress that accompanies these exciting changes.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) urge individuals to be aware that stress is a major contributor to anxiety and depression, the symptoms of which are often dismissed, especially in people 55 years and over.
Nearly half of the world’s population – more than three billion people – are currently using social media each month. In the United States alone, 230 million people use social media on at least a monthly basis, making it the most populated “place” on the planet.
May is National Barbecue Month, and since Memorial Day weekend kicks off the official summer grilling season, we thought we would help you celebrate with some tips and tidbits about how to welcome the season in style.
Friday, May 18, 2018, is International Museum Day, which began in 1977 as a way to raise awareness that “Museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures, and development of mutual understanding, cooperation, and peace among peoples.”
Georgia is home to a plethora of museums, with dozens in and around cities where Windsong communities are located.
Whether you prefer art, history, science, or nature, you’ll find a museum that suits your interest within a short drive of home!
With retirement looming (or in the rear-view mirror), Boomers seek homes that require less time to maintain: fewer rooms, single story, less (or no) landscape maintenance, to allow them to pursue hobbies, travel, or simply relax for the first time in a very long time.