Here are 10 things I remember from my childhood. Maybe some other Boomers out there will remember these things, too.
Retirement blogger Robert Fowler details his visit to several club meetings and discusses how older adults can develop their passions.
I’m a single Boomer. And guess what? That’s perfectly okay!
The recent economic depression raises a few questions. Namely, can Boomers live comfortably in retirement?
British author C.S. Lewis once wrote: “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art… It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.” Here’s why I agree.
Activities are fine but people are the ones that keep our lives interesting. If you like to meet new people and carry on conversations, there is no better place than here in the community.
The older I get, the more I realize how many things I took for granted when I was young. Here are 10 of them.
One common concern raised by those exploring active adult communities is the assumption that all of the houses are too close together. Having lived in one such community for a while now, here is my take on this.
What does a blonde, American songstress have in common with four guys from Liverpool?
More than one would think.
One of the many lures of moving to any retirement community is that you don’t have to cut your grass or clip your shrubs anymore. But, how true is it?