Category: Lifestyle, Social & Culture
- Head over to Baker Creek State Park in McCormick, South Carolina to enjoy the great outdoors and some good company. Residents of Savannah Lake Village will especially love the convenience to this active festival.
- May is Older Americans Month and the 2018 theme is "Engage at Every Age." Since you're never too old to take part in enriching activities, here are five ways every active adult can maintain their mental and physical wellness.
- Gator By The Bay is a festival that specializes in blues & crawfish in the San Diego Area. Make sure to swing by this festival for some good food, dancing, and great memories.
- Homebuilder Shea Homes has found a way to meet the needs of retirees who are looking for new ways to enhance their social circles to foster new friendships. Read about a new mobile application for Trilogy communities that will encourage retirees to be more social.
- There are many reasons to move into a 55-plus community. It could be downsizing, resort-style amenities at your fingertips, a low-maintenance lifestyle, and, many retirees, warmer weather. As we get closer to Valentine’s Day another perk of age-restricted communities becomes evident. That is the lifestyle opportunities provides by communities. Whether it’s crafting clubs, cooking classes, pickleball leagues, or large events, they all provide a great way to connect and network for singles.
- Football fans excited for this year’s Super Bowl showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots can celebrate this special event right in their own 55+ community. Active adult communities across the country have a variety of social clubs, events, and activities tailored around Super Bowl Sunday that allow retirees to celebrate the big game in their own way and without having to travel to the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- As we move into January, long after the new years’ popping of champagne corks and as holiday decorations return to their boxes, it can be difficult to stay active during the short days and long nights of winter. This is doubly so in the northern parts of the country where heavy snows and bone-chilling temperatures can require a true act of bravery to get out of the house, whether for pleasure or simply shopping for groceries.
- Buying gifts for your grandkids can seem like a lot of pressure. Who could forget Ralphie’s embarrassment in A Christmas Story as he trudges down the stairs wearing a pink bunny suit that his Aunt Clara thought would look so cute on him. You don’t want to get your grandchild that sweater they won’t wear, but you also don’t want to take a chance on expensive electronics they might not use.
- Hosting Thanksgiving is no easy task. Between keeping a close eye on the temperature of the bird, timing getting everything in and out of the oven at just the right moment, preparing a roux for the gravy, all while trying to visit with family and friends, hosting a Thanksgiving dinner seems to be more stressful than fun. For the person in charge of the meal, sitting down to eat often feels more like a relief than a celebration.