Wednesday, April 25, 2012

When Age Is Just a Number

At Jensen Communities, we love it when we hear our residents say things like, “I still feel like I’m 20!,” “swimming in the pool makes me feel like a kid again,” or “when I get together with the guys on Saturdays, it’s like we’re back in college all over again.”

All of that is certainly proof that age really is just a number – and you’re only as old as you feel. In a vibrant 55-plus community, where there’s so much to and so much to keep you busy, lots of times, it’s fun to lose track of that relative number that has marked your birthday since the day you were born.

Sure, there’s the occasional ache here or tightness here, but all in all – if you can believe that you have a whole life of wonderfully new things ahead of you – and the passion to live with the unstoppable energy of youth, there’s no telling where your retirement years might take you.  

So, for all of you “young-at-hearts” out there, Jensen Communities wants to know:

How old would you be if you didn't know how old you were? 

Share your thoughts, we’d love to know!

Jensen Communities

1 comment:

  1. I totally agree that age is just a number. It's what you feel inside that makes you feel what you want. People in retirement communities New York are also vibrant and youthful and it seems like they're getting younger. The close-knit neighborhood and the activities they share makes them feel like teenagers again.