Friendships don’t have to be of the lifelong variety to have a significant impact. Just as we can change jobs or relocate and make ourselves comfortable in a new environment, we can establish friendships over the course of our lives, and those friendships become valuable to our life experience.
Did you know that today, January 24 is “National Compliment Day?” That’s right: there’s a day set aside specifically to say something nice about everyone you come in contact with.
At Windsong, however, the Active Adults who purchase homes and embrace the carefree lifestyles and new friendships forged in each Windsong community, find opportunities each day of the year to offer compliments and accolades.
Moving to a new home provides the opportunity to “clean house” (literally – the whole house!), get rid of the things we don’t need (and perhaps forgot we even had) and organize those items we wish to keep so that they’ll be easier to access and use in the future.
Tax filing season is just around the corner, a thought that makes most people cringe. It’s not that they don’t want to file, but convoluted rules and regulations—not to mention complicated forms and document requirements—makes filing one’s taxes a headache each year.
Abundance is defined as “a very large quantity of something.” So, if a person chooses to live in an abundance of space, then a large home might just be the ticket. However, modern use of the word abundance has become more about quality of life, rather than quantity of stuff.
It doesn’t matter which holiday you celebrate, December is filled with holidays, including Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Saturnalia, Solstice, Boxing Day, Hogmanay, New Year’s Eve… The list is long, but the feeling of celebration is palpable throughout the month.
Between 8,000 and 10,000 Americans turn 65 each day, according to the nonprofit Justice in Aging. And with folks living longer—and healthier—than ever before, 2018 is expected to be the first year that Social Security spends more than it takes in, since the program began on August 14, 1935.
What if the world’s most famous detective were seeking a home in which he could stay up late into the night and wake up very late in the mornings, play his violin, enjoy his pipe, have a home office where he could scatter his papers and chemical equipment, research the latest findings and hang his famous deerstalker hat? What kind of home would someone with his unique habits require?