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Fall Foliage Sites for Active Adults

Ask anyone in the South what the top three pastimes are in fall, and the answer will be quite alliterative: Football Festivals and FOLIAGE! Georgia is home to dozens of state parks that are perfect for enjoying nature’s artwork, but pretty much anywhere in the foothills and mountains of North Georgia will provide a visual […]

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Active Adults Fulfilled Through VolunTOURism

Did you know that travel and voluntarism are not mutually exclusive? According to sustainable tourism research by industry experts at Virginia Tech, more than 10 million individuals spend up to $2 billion each year for the opportunity to “travel with a purpose.” Because there is no regulatory body to ensure that the volunteer work performed […]

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Active Adults – Remember To Spring Forward… and Get Active!

  Despite the weird little snowburst last week (it lasted about a minute), the weather is starting to feel like Winter is packing up to leave town – just in time for Daylight Saving Time (this weekend, Sunday, March 13, be sure to set your clocks AHEAD one hour before going to bed), and the […]

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Holiday Hydration for Active Adults

  The 2015 Holiday Season has officially begun, and with it, our attention to diet, exercise, and overall health. Even if we over-indulge in sweets and party schedules, (and under-indulge in vegetables, sleep, and exercise!), one thing Active Adults need to pay attention to is drinking enough water. Medical professionals suggest that men require at […]

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A-MAIZE-ing Fun for Boomers & Grandkids

For nearly two decades, several local farms have designated areas of their farms to living works of art that serve as family entertainment for a few short weeks each fall: Corn Mazes. Now celebrating its 100th anniversary, Cagle Family Farm in Canton was the first to incorporate a Corn Maze as a way to both […]

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Retire in Atlanta with 55+ Active Adult Ranch Homes by Windsong

Boomers Celebrate Grandparents Day – Sept. 13

Since the 1940s, Baby Boomers have re-defined the way Americans think about everything, from education to employment, transportation to technology, residence to retirement, and more. For the past two decades, the retirement trend has changed significantly, as “moving to Florida” has been replaced by “moving to someplace that makes the best sense for us.” For […]

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July Fireworks Woodstock

Celebrating the 4th, Red, White & BOOMer- Style!

Some folks begin their 4th of July celebration as they would a typical Sunday in summer, with a cup of coffee on the patio, enjoying a bit of outdoors before the heat settles in for the day. And there are plenty of options for festivals, concerts, and more, before the sun goes down and the […]

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Boomers Plan Now for Fall Travels

This Sunday – June 21 – is the first official day of SUMMER, and all that comes with it: backyard gatherings with friends, fresh fare from the local Farmer’s Market, and lazy days on the lake. For those with kids still in school, summer is also the traditional season for vacation travel, but active adults have the luxury of […]

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Active Adults Walk This Way to Better Health

Winter has (hopefully) breathed its last gasp in Georgia with the snow flurries at the end of last week, ushering in the yellow and purple blooms of our first Spring flowers. Add Daylight Saving Time to the mix, and you have the perfect opportunity to keep those resolutions to exercise and get healthy – with […]

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Active Adults Choose to Cruise

When your kids were small, chances are your vacation plans included taking to the open road. But oh, how vacation plans have changed! Statistics show that more than 20 million people annually take to the open sea on vacation, with more than 60 percent of those originating in North America, and the trend has been […]

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