Along with the kitchen, the bathroom is one of the main places in our home. So why wouldn’t we spend extra time making sure it’s designed or updated to be a safe spa experience as we age?
I’m fairly certain it’s safe to say that we’ve all been there. You know, that moment when you realize you can’t stay up as late as you once could and not pay for it the next day. As we age, our balance, flexibility and capabilities are changing. And that’s ok. What’s important is that we remember it’s not only how we accept these changes, but certainly how we develop the positive attitudes to choose to deal with these life changes. Life, after all, is truly all about our choices.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Are you ready or are you stressing the details? As the saying goes: K.I.S.S. or Keep It Simple, Silly! There’s plenty of time to plan a romantic meal for your sweetheart without going over your budget or daily calorie allowance.
When it comes to our homes, there are four terms every baby boomer should know that have major implications on our lives. Maybe you’ve heard them: “universal design,” “aging in place,” “visitability” and “ageless designing.” Sound familiar? Are they as clear as mud?