Looking to add a spark to your outdoor space this fall? One way to dial up the ambience is with a fire pit. The warm glow of fire is sure to grab the attention of friends and family looking for a good time under the stars. Today’s Transitions checked in with a few local … [Read more...] about Start the Fire! A perfect way to gather around the fire pit.
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What would make your home work better for you? There are many tools available to help seniors age in place in their homes, because home is indeed where the heart is, as well as where cherished memories, dignity, and optimism reside. Independent aging tools can range from home … [Read more...] about Tools To Help You Stay (And Thrive) In Your Home
When people consider downsizing, kitchen appliances go quickly as people realize they are not cooking for larger families and are looking to spend less time in the kitchen. You don’t need a lot of tools to keep you eating fresh and healthy. Here are some tools and tips to make … [Read more...] about Three Essential Kitchen Tools That Don’t Take a Lot of Space
As people look toward retirement, they may ponder how they’ll fill the many hours once dedicated to a 40-hour-a-week job or other scheduled activities. How will they stay engaged, active, and involved as they get older? The Reverend Ronald L. Loughry had the answer years ago — be … [Read more...] about Rev. Ron’s Plan for Intentional Living (Hint…it involves the beach)
With a little TLC, a backyard patio can easily become an extension of your home. Today’s Transitions has some easy tips to get your patio looking its best for late summer and fall. Add a Rug Adding a rug can help define the area and enhance the overall look. Be sure to … [Read more...] about Seven Tips For A Summer Patio Makeover