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Brandon Olafsson is the Marketing Operations Specialist for 55places.com and Neighborhoods.com, where he is also a blog contributor. Along with overseeing day-to-day operations and publishing, he has spent t
Brandon Olafsson is the Marketing Operations Specialist for 55places.com and Neighborhoods.com, where he is also a blog contributor. Along with overseeing day-to-day operations and publishing, he has spent three years researching, writing, and photographing active adult communities and the retirement lifestyle, with an emphasis on data. With a desire for constant exploration, Brandon looks to explore even more unique and great places to live.
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- Many people find that when they have more time to spend, they can find companionship and appreciation in owning a pet. However, for those who don't want to deal with the constant upkeep and and high energy handling of high-maintenance pets, there are several easier options to choose from. Making the decision to own a low-maintenance pet can yield several benefits such as improvements in mental health, stress, a healthier heart, and can even help seniors take better care of themselves. Here is a list of our top pets that don't require too much time to care for, but are ideal for those looking for a new and interesting low-maintenance companion.
- If you have a spare bedroom or living space in your home, you might be debating whether the space would be put to better use as a home theater or a game room. There are benefits and drawbacks to each of them, and the final decision has to be made according to which features you find most enticing. Here are the pros and cons of building a home theater versus a game room.
- Retirement is a great time to get rid of excess possessions that you no longer need. No more commuting to work, hauling kids around in an SUV, or extra bedrooms makes retirement a perfect time to downsize. Active adults who swap the mansion for the single-story home benefit from having less to maintain and more time to do as they please. Yet many retirees are not sure what they really need to take into retirement with them. Here are a few tips that may help you decide what you truly need and what you can live without.