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SENIOR LIVING – A Blog About the Sweetwater Lifestyle

3 Key Nutrients for Seniors

Older woman cooking nutritious meal in kitchen.

With the holidays well underway, it’s easy to get swept up in the fun festivities and overindulge a bit on too many sweets and comfort foods. Pair this with the fact that the New Year is just on the horizon—meaning you might be already thinking about how you’ll make better meal choices come January. But… Read more

American Diabetes Month 2021

Man with diabetes drinking out of water bottle outside.

In honor of November being American Diabetes Month, we wanted to help spread awareness about this condition, in addition to providing tips and resources for seniors living in our retirement community.  Diabetes has a disproportionate effect on adults. And this condition can be both debilitating and challenging to manage the older we get. Therefore, it’s essential… Read more

Estate Planning for Seniors

Estate planning isn’t always the most popular subject around the dinner table, but it’s certainly one of the most important. As the holidays approach, and we find ourselves spending more time with loved ones, thoughts of the type of legacy we’ll leave behind to them may start to creep into the back of our minds…. Read more

Financial Planning for Seniors

Grandmother reading to her young grandson.

Balancing a checkbook and saving for the future are all tedious tasks but very important ones, especially as you near retirement. Though there are many opportunities available to help you plan and pay for retirement living, wading through all the options can be daunting, even with the guidance of a financial expert.   To help you… Read more

Planning Your Retirement Options

Last month, we shared an article on the hot sellers’ market we’re seeing take place across the United States. And what we’re learning is it hasn’t slowed down yet. We wanted to talk to another expert in real estate to get an insider’s scoop on what’s happening in the market, and what this means for… Read more

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