How to handle change after retirement

The only thing that is constant is change, according to Greek philosopher Heraclitus. And it is true; we experience change in life constantly. Some of the changes are good – for example, your children graduating from college, getting married, and having families of their own. Or your business growing by...

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Activities for Loners and Introverted Seniors

According to Psychology today, introverts feel drained by social encounters and energized by solitary, creative pursuits. Their disposition is often misconstrued as shyness, social phobia. They may be able to socialize, but choose not to. Loners are people who avoid social interaction. Most retirement communities have some residents who are...

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Christmas activities in Retirement Communities

Life is just beginning for many who move to an independent living community. You have the luxury of time that was previously spent working, raising a family, taking care of a house. The advantages of residing in an independent living community are many, and certainly living a life of leisure...

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Tips for Women to Look Fantastic at 55+

After a lifetime of taking care of a family, a home, and perhaps a job, it’s time to take excellent care of yourself. Read on for some special tips to keep you looking and feeling your best every day! Health Your health should always come first! →Visit your doctor regularly...

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Fun Senior Activity Ideas

One of the best things about being a part of an independent living community is the opportunity to get to know your fellow residents and participate in what your community has to offer. Staying active mentally, physically and socially has endless benefits. Here are some fun activity ideas for you...

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