You’ve worked hard for many years so that you would one day have the time to experience the pleasure of a life unburdened by labor. The time has come for you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of all that toil. These are a few signs that now is the time to make your move to a vibrant independent living community.
It’s Becoming Too Big of a Chore to Take Care of Your Home and Lawn
While at some point in your life it may have been a joy to tend your big lawn and do yearly maintenance on your home (raking, cleaning gutters, painting, etc.), these chores now pose bigger jobs than you realize.
You Aren’t as Social as You Prefer
Socialization is important. As humans, it’s in our nature to want companionship. Many people living at home find their social circle is shrinking fast. Moving into an independent living community offers the opportunity to meet new people and grow your circle of friends and acquaintances.
You Are Cooking for One, and It’s Quite the Chore
The Esquiline understands that it’s rarely any fun to cook for one. Everything becomes mundane and unimaginative. The Esquiline offers options that are far better than cooking for one.
First, there is the dining room where you can enjoy delicious, healthy food–even between meals.
Then there is the option of making new friends and cooking for two. Or even making a new group of friends and taking turns cooking for a group. Then you’d only need to cook a few meals or light lunches a week. Cleanup is a snap that way, too.
Don’t waste another day wishing for your situation to change. Independent living at The Esquiline puts you in a prime position to enjoy a broader social circle, low maintenance living, and delicious options other than trying to cook for one.