For Sherry Vining, Sales Professional, deciding to join the Windsong team was an easy choice after her experience with buying her own Windsong home.
“My husband and I had to find one-level living because he has a disability,” explains Sherry. “We visited one of the Windsong models and knew immediately that was the home we needed because of our day-to-day living requirements. When we found out the floorplan we loved the most was named Harrison, which is our grandson’s name, we knew that was exactly where we were supposed to be.”
The “retirement” of our forebears is not what the next chapter looks like for today’s “employment-behind-us” generation!
Baby Boomers have re-crafted, re-purposed, re-invented just about everything. Since this generation entered the world, they have figured out what works for them, ignored or adapted what didn’t, and invented the bulk of what we view as normal today.
On February 2nd each year, we wait with bated breath to find out if Winter will be with us for six more weeks, or if we’ll enjoy an early Spring… based on whether a groundhog sees his shadow when he emerges from his hole for breakfast.
Thanks to a cloudy morning, Beauregard Lee didn’t see his shadow when he emerged on Tuesday, so if you place stock in the prediction cast by a giant rodent, Georgia can prepare for an early Spring.
After 13 years as a Windsong Properties team member, Kris Johnson has moved from her previous title as the Director of Sales and Marketing to an executive level position, taking on the role of Chief Revenue Officer. In her new role, Johnson will utilize her experience working with the sales and marketing teams to inform strategic planning that keeps the homeowner voice in mind.
We have several new team members to welcome to the Windsong family in 2021.
I taste the morning coffee – an inspirational thing.
Winter dawn colorful one day, gray the next
In Georgia, where weather’s mercurial nature
Led us to invent “dressing in layers”
An assortment of coats, sweaters, scarves
Gloves for good measure
January is National Hobby Month, in which people remember what it’s like to enjoy having time to pursue activities, to create, or even to learn something new.
The most common New Year’s Resolution is to diet, exercise more, maybe join a gym: to get in shape or get your health on track. But it’s so easy to fall off that wagon quickly. In fact, according to experts, more than 80% of New Year’s Resolutions are abandoned by the second week in February!
Another popular resolution is to clear out clutter, update our living spaces, or perhaps freshen our wardrobe.
What if you could combine the two for a healthier, happier 2021?
As we tiptoe into 2021, the biggest resolution seems to be to live life to the fullest (to make up for last year). How can we do that? Here are some great tips from the experts at Forbes and LongevityLive:
Whether you spin the dreidel or deck the halls (or have a different tradition entirely), the holidays look and feel a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean we have to forego celebrations altogether, it simply means that we have to be creative - and that’s something that Windsong is great at inspiring!