With the Winter Olympics airing from South Korea, Americans have been glued to their televisions, cheering for world-class figure skaters, bobsled teams, skiers, snowboarders, hockey teams, and more (including some obscure events that we only hear about during the Olympic Games).
When it comes to Olympics-style sporting events, Boomers are not relegated to the armchair with a TV remote in hand. In June, 2019, senior adult athletes (ages 50 and over) will gather in Albuquerque, NM, for the National Senior Games Association’s biannual competition.
When right-sizing your home, it’s likely that you will be faced with decorating a space in which rooms flow together in an “open concept” floor plan, requiring design choices that will complement one another while providing both comfort and a sense of joy in your surroundings.
Rather than duplicate a page from a design magazine or a room from a home decorating program, personalize your space while maximizing function with these tips from designers who specialize in Active Adult décor:
You’re not imagining that this year’s flu season seems more widespread and aggressive than in years past. Thanks to a three-strain flu, the predominance of the H3N2 strain in the majority of flu cases, and that most of the United States is battling the flu at the same time, this is one of the worst flu outbreaks on recent record.
We’ve all heard the expression, “once in a blue moon,” which refers to something that is noteworthy because it happens so rarely.
At Windsong, we recognize that finding the perfect house to Right-Size your Active Adult Lifestyle is that “once in a blue moon” event in your life. So, in honor of the auspicious Full-Super-Blue-Blood Moon that occurred this week, your January Poem is inspired by the Blue Moon:
With the holidays behind us, have you given thought to where you will travel for Spring Break?
Forget about the traditional college co-ed party-on-the-beach Spring Break; Active Adults have been there, done that. There are plenty of destinations that will exhilarate, rejuvenate, or just put a smile on your face, that are nowhere near the loud music, traffic, and tanning-lotion-scented coastlines this Spring.
Now that you’ve moved into your Windsong home, chances are you’ve discovered that there are things you might need to part with, or at least figure out what to do with, in your new space.
Before you unpack those boxes, or stash them in the attic, consider these tips from a local Certified Professional Organizer:
Chances are, when you started working your first part-time job, you gave little thought to Social Security, other than grimacing about the amount deducted from each paycheck.
As you progressed through your career, Social Security likely didn’t become any more clear, except that maybe you thought you’d see that money when you turned 65 or so
When the clock struck midnight on January 1, 2018, did you celebrate the New Year, or dread the thought of making resolutions for exercise, weight loss, or other lofty changes to your life?
Having redefined nearly every aspect of their lives, Baby Boomers have the right to make (or not) resolutions that are attainable, achievable, and enjoyable, and which will have a positive impact on their lives today and throughout the year.
If you’ve never been part of a book club, your idea of the gathering may include a room full of intellectuals who discuss the obscure meanings of a tome from metaphors to word choice. The truth is, modern book clubs are social communities in which members feel included, intelligent, and inspired, and deep friendships often are forged over the shared love of a certain genre, author, or title.