The National Alliance for Caregiving, together with AARP, estimates there are 43.5 million unpaid family caregivers in the United States. Of those, 34 million care for an adult over age 50, with 15.7 million caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dem...
Of course, that’s no big surprise, since it is July in Georgia, but just because we call the South “home” doesn’t mean we are immune to the health effects of a hot day. We must be especially mindful of our exposure on cloudy days, when we may overdo before we realize we’re hot, tired, or dehydrated.
Mid-summer is the perfect time to review budgets, investments, and debt, to avoid any surprises at the end of the year.
Just like your physical health, maintaining your financial health requires awareness, so you can address any issues before they become problematic. These include:
Finding the right home to suit your updated lifestyle is an exciting time, as you simplify your life, discard the “stuff” that crowded you before (even if you weren’t aware), and meet neighbors who have similar life experiences and expectations as you do. Sometimes that means dealing with older family members who perhaps don’t need to be behind the wheel of a car; or learning how to improve our own driving safety as health issues (and new auto technology) comes into play.
Anyone who has ever visited Mackinac Island in Michigan’s Lake Huron knows that the 3.8-square-mile resort is one of the few places left untouched by automobiles. Travel is limited to horse and buggy, bicycle, or foot-power, which is why in the 1970s, W.T. Rabe, who served as public relations director for the island’s Grand Hotel, created “World Sauntering Day,” to encourage people to slow down to Mackinac Time.
With the unofficial first weekend of Summer behind us, it’s time to “dig in” to one of the season’s most popular pastimes: gardening!
Millions of Americans enjoy hobby gardening, whether planting a single pot of tomatoes, or cultivating raised beds and containers...
Introducing the Camden - one of the historically influenced homes available at Linton & Main in Downtown Woodstock. This intimate community of only 10 homes showcases the best of Windsong Properties in a vibrant Downtown Woodstock location: bright open floorplans, luxurious finishes, private courtyards, and low maintenance living with professionally maintained lawns.
Linton & Main is a private enclave of 10 homes that will redefine intown living. The intimate community will feature a tree lined street of private courtyard homes, 3 townhomes, a community pocket park and a live-work-play center with condominiums and ground floor retail space.
Spring has sprung in Kennesaw and the 55+ active adult community of Serenade is certainly blooming! Built by Windsong Properties and located in West Cobb, there are only a few opportunities remaining to build the home of your dreams! To see what’s all the buzz, stop by the community an...