As you approach or continue retirement, you’ve probably realized that if there’s one thing you want to add to your life at this stage, it’s this: simplicity. Fortunately, if you’re considering a community like Springmoor for your NC retirement, simplicity comes standard.
By choosing a smaller space like a one-bedroom residence at Springmoor, you’re essentially adding simplicity by eliminating all the headaches associated with living in a space that’s too large for your current needs. And as smaller-space living has become increasingly popular in recent years, people everywhere are unlocking (and talking about) the benefits of living large in cozier spaces.Continue reading →
“It bothers me to think about people being hungry,” Springmoor resident Judy Allen said.
That’s precisely why she has spent so much time volunteering for worthy causes in the Raleigh area that help feed those who may go hungry otherwise. And now that she’s living at Springmoor and enjoying more free time, Judy can continue making a difference for two of the organizations she serves: Meals on Wheels and Backpack Buddies.Continue reading →
The saying “what you see is what you get” applies to many circumstances in life. However, when it comes to comparing 55+ communities in NC and Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs), the difference between the two retirement living models begs a closer look. Here are three reasons why a CCRC may be your best bet for carefree living.Continue reading →
You’ve made the decision to move to a retirement community, and now you may have a host of questions—especially when it comes to all the options for independent living in Raleigh, NC. Fear not! Use this guide as you research and look for your next home.Continue reading →
Selfless, humble, tenacious, intelligent, empathetic and visionary are just a few adjectives that describe Marjorie O’Rorke—a lifetime community volunteer, Springmoor resident and recent inductee into the Raleigh Hall of Fame.
The Raleigh Hall of Fame recognizes individuals, including activists and volunteers, and non-profit organizations that have made significant and lasting contributions to the City of Raleigh. For 56 years, Marjorie has devoted endless hours to the Dorothea Dix Hospital and the Dix Park Conservancy; however, the news of her induction into the 2019 Raleigh Hall of Fame surprised her. “I didn’t think I had done anything great,” Marjorie said.Continue reading →
The holiday season is just around the corner, and with it comes the opportunity for quality time with your family and loved ones. Parents see their children while grandparents see their grandchildren – different generations and sides of the family intermingle to catch up and enjoy quality time together. And while these gatherings are great for reminiscing with loved ones, they are also an opportunity to look to the future. If you’re interested in independent living in Raleigh, NC, there is no better time than the holidays to discuss the move with your family.Continue reading →