The first warning came from my grandmother. I was 27, running through life. Not like there was no tomorrow but like I had to get to tomorrow before anyone else did. My grandmother gave me a book, “Slow Me Down, Lord”. I did not listen to the warning.
Living out of a sailboat in the Caribbean or in other global warm spots can be inexpensive / Empty nesters wooed for Nova Scotia project / new Georgian Bay dementia home opens - click headline
“...Wwe have younger professionals, we have middle-aged people, we have older people. The attraction to the older people and the middle-aged is the attachment they have to the Royal Connaught” click headline
The lure of life on the water, the tranquility of nature, the nostalgia of cottage country – these may be hooks that draw boomers to seek a retirement haven in central-eastern Ontario’s Kawarthas and Haliburton regions - click headline or photo
Lynden Evers is not merely a student intern looking to absorb the wisdom of his elders. The 17-year-old founder of his own marketing firm known as Pro Motion Ads has an important role working alongside Ted Zatylny, project leader for the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership in charge of attracting new residents....click for the story.
• Growth in adult lifestyle communities • Granny-flats concept never took off •‘Extended Nesting' – downsizing trend for some countered by the need to accommodate rebound children and even grandchildren for others • Maintenance-free condos give freedom from tedious household chores • Mega-communities such as The Villages in Florida change the urban landscape