3 top tips to keep your body moving in retirement As you head into retirement, moving your body on a regular basis is so important. As you age, you will naturally lose muscle and bone mass, which can lead to problems such as back pain, osteoporosis, or osteoarthritis.
Here’s how you can work and enjoy your new lifestyle too! When the time comes to start thinking ahead to your ideal retirement lifestyle, you might find you’re not quite ready to completely give away work. You might like to ramp up your leisure time while you still continue to pass on the benefit o[...]
Try these entertaining ideas for staying socially active in retirement Retirement is a time of change, and that includes the way your social life may evolve once you’ve stopped work. To stay socially active and avoid becoming isolated, it’s a good idea to look for ways to maintain your social circle[...]
Get peace-of-mind from these clever home features It’s a sad fact of life that house break-ins and theft are one of the most common crimes today. You want (and deserve) to feel safe and secure in your own home – and choosing to live in a retirement estate can certainly give you peace-of-mind due [...]
6 ways to play an active part in the community – no matter what your age You’ve probably heard people say – or perhaps you’ve said it yourself – “Since I’ve retired, I’ve never been so busy!”. With our older generation taking better care of their health and fitness, it’s not unusual to find ‘retiree[...]
5 ways a retirement estate looks after your home when you’re on holidays One of the big attractions of the retirement lifestyle is the amount of time you’ll have to spend on – whatever you like! For many of us, that means heading off regularly for a well-deserved holiday, whether that’s in Austral[...]
7 advantages of living car-free in retirement At first it might seem like a worrying thought – living in retirement without having a car available to get you around. Yet in fact, the case for going car-free in retirement is a strong one. If you’ve been driving seemingly ‘forever’, the thought of let[...]
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.