True Love for 78 Years

True Love for 78 Years

In 1939, the Oscar for best motion picture went to Gone With the Wind, the cost of a new car was approximately $700.00 and a U.S. postage stamp was 3 cents. Though there have been many changes over the last 78 years, some things stay tried and true – like love...
An Aerial View of Retirement Design Part 2

An Aerial View of Retirement Design Part 2

Ok, so back before Christmas, we discussed the first three elements of our Aerial View of Retirement.  Today we will finished with the last three, Where, Why, and How.  Here we go. Where The fourth area that we need to explore is “Where”.  Where do you want to live...
An Aerial View of Retirement Design Part 1

An Aerial View of Retirement Design Part 1

Have you ever flown in a plane, a helicopter, or better yet a hot air balloon and looked down to notice that the whole world seems to divide itself into neat little squares?  And the funny thing is that we never notice those patterns from the ground.  It’s that view...
5 Real Dangers of Aging

5 Real Dangers of Aging

In our last article, we explored the 5 most common fears that people have regarding the move to a retirement community.  And, while they may feel very real, we also saw that science is proving more and more that how we live is much more important than where we live....
How to Be Prepared, Smart, and Flexible

How to Be Prepared, Smart, and Flexible

When speaking with people about retirement living, we hear a lot of reasons why they don’t, won’t, or couldn’t move to a retirement community.  Some of these reasons have to do with the cost of retirement community living.  Some are about the timing...