Here’s how to make a ‘to-do list’ you’ll really enjoy! Once you’ve retired from working full-time, you’ll find you have a lot more time to do all those things you were going to do “one day”! That’s why retirement is the ideal opportunity to get serious about completing your own personal ‘bucket li[...]
Fun ideas to get the most out of your retirement lifestyle Now that you’ve retired from the full-time workforce, you’re no doubt enjoying a little more “me time” to help you relax, clear your head, and recharge your batteries after a long career.
Get healthy – and stay healthy! – with these fun ideas While studies have shown that leaving the workforce can actually be good for you, of course it’s still very important to keep fit by getting enough gentle exercise on a regular basis.
Tips to help you make the right decision for your situation When’s the right time to move to a retirement estate? Well, one thing we’ve learned is that there are almost as many scenarios as there are retirees!
Improve your memory and lifestyle in retirement At Kensington Gardens, we firmly believe that your retirement years should be the best time of your life! And to get the most out of your retirement, it’s important to stay fit and healthy, retain your independence, and look after your mind as well.
Easing some common concerns about moving If you’ve decided that ‘now’ is the right time to move into retirement living, it’s understandable if you’re experiencing some mixed emotions.
7 ways to enjoy a positive and fulfilling retirement Let’s set the scene: you’ve downsized your house and you now live in a more manageable, easier-to-look after home; your kids have moved out and started happy families of their own. You’re healthy and active, and you and your partner enjoy socialis[...]
7 things to consider when finding your ideal retirement living If you’ve decided it’s the right time to move into a retirement estate, you’ve probably done quite a bit of research. You’ll know a bit about costs; something about the different management structures available; and perhaps you’ve taken [...]
Investigating your home downsizing possibilities You drive up to the big steel gate of the retirement village, lean out, punch in the code and the gate swings open. You drive in and the gate swings securely shut behind you. You feel safe, secure, locked in, don’t you?
5 factors to help you make the decision for yourself So, you’ve retired from work or sold the business. The kids are established and out in the world. The family home is getting a bit too much to manage (yet you do manage) and the beds in those guest rooms only get occupied once in a blue moon.