(A Boomer Poem – Inspired by “Monster Mash”)
Sitting in my big old house late one night
I felt so tired, my muscles were tight
After cleaning the whole house and raking the yard
I thought “Why does being home have to be so hard?”
Think back a moment to the home of your childhood. Whether you lived in a single-family home, a “tract home” in a planned development, an apartment building, or something else, it’s likely that your experiences in that home helped to shape the concept of “home” for you throughout your lifetime.
What makes Windsong Properties the premier active adult lifestyle builder? Community amenities Windsong homeowners have come to love. At Encore, it will be seen in the community design, central park, and charming landscaping that gives a nod to the romance and elegance of an English country garden.
Visiting the doctor is the method most adults use to learn about health issues and how to treat them. Many times, however, preventing a health situation, or catching it early, hinges on awareness about risk, early symptoms, and more.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with a host of organizations urging women – and men – to learn about the symptoms of breast cancer, detection methods, and risk factors that a person can control through personal habits.
After a hot, humid summer, nothing helps us breathe a collective sigh of relief than the official arrival of Fall, which falls on September 23 this year.
Those who are familiar with the season in Georgia jokingly say that Fall is like Summer, but with Pumpkin Spice added. That may be true, but the opportunities to enjoy the season include a variety of festivals and other events that are close to home, including the Georgia Apple Festival, just a short drive from Windsong communities.
Over the past decade, as Baby Boomers have reached traditional retirement age, many have decided to go back to work, start a business, earn another degree, or learn a new skill entirely. Sometimes they return to work for financial reasons, but studies reveal that a lot of Boomers experience a loss of identity when they leave the workplace.
And what does one do with all of that free time?