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Active Adults Live in Houses of Dreams

(based on “Houses of Dreams,” a poem by Sara Teasdale)   You took my random dreams And filled them – every one With finishes and amenities In neighborhoods that are fun.   From the time of my first visit My dreams began to take form The homes that Windsong builds Active Adults’ lives do transform. […]

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Organizing Files Important for Active Adults

Now that Tax Deadline Day is behind us (April 18 this year), it’s time to organize our files so we don’t hand in a shoe box full of random paperwork to the CPA for next year’s deadline. Even if your files are neat and tidy, experts recommend keeping copies of your most important documents in […]

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Boomer Beguilement for the First Week of Spring

Mother Nature graced us with a beautiful, sunny day for the first day of Spring this week (March 20, 2017), which was generous of her, considering the cold, wet weather we endured during the last full week of Winter! Plants that had begun to flower suffered a bit of a setback with the freezing temperatures, […]

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November Recognizes Active Adults as Caregivers

November is the official launch of the holiday season, when families gather around the same table, share a meal and perhaps swap stories, and appreciate the precious time they have to see one another. At least, that’s the “Norman Rockwell” version of a holiday gathering. For 40 million Americans who are the caregivers for an […]

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Set Me Free… To Live the Active Adult Lifestyle

A Boomer Poem based on “You Keep Me Hangin’ On,”performed by The Supremes 50 years ago, in November 1966   It set me free, my Windsong home Outdoor living’s in my Windsong home I really love my Windsong home This lifestyle is catching on! We’re finished with the great big house, so this lifestyle’s catching […]

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Windsong Life Is Nice – A Boomer Poem

based on Wouldn’t It Be Nice, by the Beach Boys, Sept. 1966   Don’t you think it’s nice now that we’re older We greet each day just like when we were young; And don’t you think it’s nice to live together In our fabulous new Windsong homes.   You know our lives are going to […]

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Active Adults More Than Armchair Athletes

With the Olympic Games in full swing, all eyes are on Rio de Janeiro, where Team USA is poised to take home medals in a number of sports, and where 10,500 world class athletes, representing 206 countries, are each striving to deliver their personal best in their chosen sport. Around the world, millions of people […]

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“Sandwich” Survival For Active Adults

Active Adults – the Baby Boomer generation – will go down in history as the most innovative generation, developing improvements for meal preparation to travel, fashion, music, health, and more.   They also have a label for each innovation, and caring for aging parents while also raising children has become known as the Sandwich Generation, […]

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Boomers Fill Volunteer Gaps In Grandkids’ Schools

If you’ve been shopping recently, you’ll have noticed the plethora of Back To School supplies, reminding kids and parents that August 1 is just around the corner. For Baby Boomers who have relocated or “right-sized” their homes in order to spend more time with their grandchildren, Back To School time provides the perfect opportunity to […]

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Summer Ushers Outdoor Opportunities for Active Adults

  Can you believe that our Memorial Day holiday is already upon us? Along with attending parades to honor our veterans and celebrating family members who are graduating from high school and college, this weekend marks the “unofficial first weekend of Summer,” and its focus on outdoor activities. Just a few of the opportunities this weekend […]

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